Drive
by Hope

  • What a beautiful sight for the worn and weary eye
    The glimmering light in the corner of a broken sky
    Hope sweet hope like a star burning bright
    When the sun goes down and the fears begin to fly

    Hopes not giving up
    Hopes not giving up
    In a cold dark night shes not giving
    Not giving up

    Hope, I can't live without you
    Hope

    Hold on tight this citys about to break
    In the middle of the night lying there wide awake
    Hope sweet hope how much more can she take
    Being our strength when our hearts are out of faith

    Hopes not giving up
    Hopes not giving up
    In a cold dark night shes not giving
    Not giving up

    Hope is with me in my time of trouble
    When it all comes crashing down she will stay
    By my side digging through the rubble
    Shes not giving up - not giving up - not giving up

    Hopes not giving up
    Hopes not giving up
    In a cold dark night shes not giving
    Not giving up

    Hope, I can't live without you
    Hope, I can't live without you
    Hope, I can't live without you

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