You Are Not Alone

Album: Long Road Out Of Eden (2007)
  • Say goodbye to all your pain and sorrow
    Say goodbye to all those lonely nights
    Say goodbye to all your blue tomorrows
    Now you're standing in the light

    I know sometimes you feel so helpless
    Sometimes you feel like you can't win
    Sometimes you feel so isolated
    You'll never have to feel that way again

    You are not alone
    You're not alone

    Never thought I'd find the road to freedom
    Never thought I'd see you smile again
    Never thought I'd have the chance to tell you
    That I will always be your friend

    You are not alone
    You're not alone Writer/s: GLENN LEWIS FREY
    Publisher: Red Cloud Music
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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