Hey Brother

Album: #TRUE (2013)
Charted: 2 16
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  • Hey, brother
    Do you still believe in one another?
    Hey, sister
    Do you still believe in love, I wonder
    Oh, if the sky comes falling down
    For you
    There's nothing in this world I wouldn't do

    What if I'm far from home?
    Oh brother, I will hear you call
    What if I lose it all?
    Oh sister, I will help you out
    Oh, if the sky comes falling down
    For you
    There's nothing in this world I wouldn't do

    Far from home
    Far from home

    Hey, brother
    There's an endless road to rediscover
    Hey, sister
    Do you still believe in love, I wonder
    Oh, if the sky comes falling down
    For you
    There's nothing in this world I wouldn't do

    What if I'm far from home?
    Oh brother, I will hear you call
    What if I lose it all?
    Oh sister, I will help you out
    Oh, if the sky comes falling down
    For you
    There's nothing in this world I wouldn't do

    Far from home
    Far from home Writer/s: Ash Pournouri, Salem Al Fakir, Tim Bergling, Veronica Maggio, Vincent Fred Pontare
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Mark Grant from Natchitoches, LaIt's a great song and I don't think anyone else other than Dan Tyminski could have done it justice. I was more than a little disappointed by the video though. The video wasn't shot poorly or anything like that. I've listened to this song a lot and to me it just didn't fit the song at all. My interpretation of the video tries to make this something of a patriotic song and me, being life-long Army and still deployed to the war (almost 10 solid years now) I just don’t see it as patriotic at all. The video in my mind's eye had to do with adults, maybe close friends maybe siblings but not kids; neither did I think it fit the death of their dad (I guess it was supposed to be their dad) in war. The video I pictured had to do with someone being there for a man and a woman (maybe his friends maybe his brother and sister) through thick and thin, good times and bad, no matter what. Now that I have seen the video and have gone back and listened to the song I stand by my opinion above. I love the song, the video……not so much.
  • Giovanna from New Alexandria, PaI love this COUNTRY song.
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