Bill King

Bill King

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Country - Traditional | Byron, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 95   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: 10/26/2019
   Sounds Like: Alan Jackson, George Strait

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Song Description

It's about life, the real world, not the happy-go-lucky, fantasy world some folks live in. Our world is full of pain, hunger, war, fighting, and dismay...we can make a change, but we've got to believe it can and will happen.

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Gotta Believe

A drunkard dreams he'll break his chains at the bottom of the next fifth he drains,
you've gotta believe in something.
A junkie thinks she'll end her pain with the next needle in her vein,
you've gotta believe in something.
Millions of people have lost their lives for believing in a Hebrew man named,
Jesus Christ...

You've gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe in something.
Oh you've gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe in something.
If there's nothing to believe in, what's the point in going on.

A starving, barefoot girl on the street prays she'll find enough to eat,
you've gotta believe in something.
A war-torn soul, his gun gripped tight, yet still he prays for peace,
you've gotta believe in something.
Millions of tears won't change the world, but if we scream as one voice,
I know we'll be heard...

You've gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe in something.
Oh you've gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe in something.
Oh you've gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe, gotta believe in something.
If there's nothing to believe in, what's the point in going on.
Without nothing to believe in, why the hell keep going on.

Copyright: William "Bill" C. King
ASCAP/July 17, 2008
Hattie Mae Music,
Murfreesboro, TN

Song Length
3:27
Genres
Country - General, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Moving, Diplomatic

Subject Matter
Hope, Change

Similar Artists
Alan Jackson, George Strait
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits William "Bill" C. King
Music Credits William "Bill" C. King
Producer Credits William "Bill" C. King
Publisher Credits Hattie Mae Music
Performance Credits ASCAP
Label Credits Hattie Mae Music