I Believe

Album: Love Is Everything (2013)
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  • The night's as clear as a big desert sky
    But it's hard to see the stars with these tears in my eyes
    Yeah, it's hard not to cry
    There's twenty-six reasons why

    There's broken hearts that'll never be the same
    Shattered lives still reeling from the pain
    Of plans and dreams now gone
    Oh, how do you move on?

    But I believe
    There's someone who's looking after me
    Someone beside me night and day
    To light the way
    It's hard to conceive
    Something you can't see
    But I believe
    I believe

    There's twenty-six angels looking down from above
    Resting in his mercy, grace and love
    Time may never heel
    The sadness that we feel

    But I believe
    There's someone who's looking after me
    Someone beside me night and day
    To light the way
    It's hard to conceive
    Something you can't see
    But I believe
    I believe

    The rivers flow now that used to be dry
    As people all over the world start to cry
    But I believe Writer/s: BUBBA STRAIT, DEAN DILLON, GEORGE STRAIT
    Publisher: HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP
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