All Ends Well

  • If I could ease your mind, calm the storm inside
    Pull your drifting heart back from a cruel and bitter tide
    Show you that tomorrow everything will be just fine
    All in due time
    All

    Somewhere down the road your stars will show
    Somewhere down the road you're almost home
    You're almost home

    If you believe in nothing else
    Just keep believing in yourself
    There will be times of trouble,
    It's gonna hurt like hell
    This much I know, all ends well
    It all ends well.

    If I could heal the scars
    Show you what you are
    Bind the wounds of disbelief
    That brought you down so hard
    I would be the tourniquet around your doubting heart
    All in due time.
    All

    Somewhere down the road your stars will show
    Somewhere down the road you're almost home
    You're almost home

    If you believe in nothing else
    Just keep believing in yourself
    There will be times of trouble,
    It's gonna hurt like hell
    This much I know, all ends well
    It all ends well.

    So hard to see so hard to find (so hard to find)
    All that you need will calm the tide (will calm the tide)
    These words of wisdom you'll know to find
    You have so much to give, won't you live, won't you live a little more

    If you believe in nothing else
    Just keep believing in yourself
    There will be times of trouble,
    It's gonna hurt like hell
    This much I know, all ends well
    This much I know, all ends well
    This much I know, all ends well
    This much I know, all ends well
    This much I know, all ends well Writer/s: MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY, SCOTT PHILLIPS
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