Brighter Days

Album: My Tribe (2021)
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  • I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I swear that love will find you in your pain
    I feel it in me like the beating of life in my veins
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days

    Oh, ashes fall from burning dreams
    Oh, never lived through times like these
    Oh, if you're trying hard to breathe in the dark
    In the dark

    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I swear that love will find you in your pain
    I feel it in me like the beating of life in my veins
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days

    Oh, if your screams don't make a sound
    Oh, if your walls are crashing down
    Oh, if your heart just cries too loud all the time
    All time, whoa

    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I swear that love will find you in your pain
    I feel it in me like the beating of life in my veins
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days

    Oh, oh, oh
    Brighter days (I see brighter days)
    Oh, oh, oh (I see brighter days)
    (There's gonna be some brighter days) righter days

    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I swear that love will find you in your pain
    I feel it in me like the beating of life in my veins
    Oh, oh
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    Oh, I swear that love will find you in your pain
    I feel it in me like the beating of life in my veins
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days
    I know there's gonna be some brighter days Writer/s: Blessing Chibueze Offor, Sam Mackenzie Ellis
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
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