Lori Anne Stanger-Writer

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New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Two children who are able to survive their childhood by the saving grace of Jesus being there with them through it all.

Story Behind the Song

Me and my brothers childhood story

Lyrics

"Do You Believe"
© 2006 Lori Anne Stanger

Do you believe? in the unseen?. Do you believe?

Running through the night
There is a little girl
A victim of a crime
A soul it nearly killed

Told that she was to blame
Blinded by so many lies
Feels alone with all this pain
Looking for a place to hide

Chorus:
Then she found the strength to cry
Jesus help me through this night
With sudden hope she'd never known
Can't see him with her eyes
But she knows he's by her side
And she will never be alone...Alone


(Do you believe? in the unseen?. Do you believe?)

Running through the night
There is a little boy
Swears he will not cry
So scared of going home

Says He?s become a master
Of hiding himself within
Paying every single day
For someone else?s sin

Chorus:
Then he found the strength to cry
Jesus help me through this night
With sudden hope he'd never known
Can't see him with his eyes
But he knows he's by his side
And he will never be alone...Alone

Bridge:

It?s Jesus by your side
He?ll get you through the night
He shares the tears you cry
Do you believe?

Do you?believe? in the unseen?. Do you believe
Do you believe you're not alone Do you believe
He'll get you through the night
He shares the tears you cry
Can't see him with their eyes
But they know he's by their side
And they'll never be alone

Do you believe?

Song Length
3:45
Genre
Pop - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Pleasant

Subject Matter
Recovery

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Lori Anne Stanger
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