What Faith Can Do

Album: It Is Well (2009)
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  • Everybody falls sometimes
    Gotta find the strength to rise
    From the ashes and make a new beginning
    Anyone can feel the ache
    You think it's more than you can take
    But you are stronger, stronger than you know
    Don't you give up now
    The sun will soon be shining
    You gotta face the clouds
    To find the silver lining

    I've seen dreams that move the mountains
    Hope that doesn't ever end
    Even when the sky is falling
    I've seen miracles just happen
    Silent prayers get answered
    Broken hearts become brand new
    That's what faith can do

    It doesn't matter what you've heard
    Impossible is not a word
    It's just a reason for someone not to try
    Everybody's scared to death
    When they decide to take that step
    Out on the water
    It'll be alright
    Life is so much more
    Than what your eyes are seeing
    You will find your way
    If you keep believing

    I've seen dreams that move the mountains
    Hope that doesn't ever end
    Even when the sky is falling
    I've seen miracles just happen
    Silent prayers get answered
    Broken hearts become brand new
    That's what faith can do

    Overcome the odds
    You don't have a chance
    (That's what faith can do)
    When the world says you can't
    It'll tell you that you can!

    I've seen dreams that move the mountains
    Hope that doesn't ever end
    Even when the sky is falling
    I've seen miracles just happen
    Silent prayers get answered
    Broken hearts become brand new
    That's what faith can do
    That's what faith can do

    Even if you fall sometimes
    You will have the strength to rise Writer/s: SCOTT DAVIS, SCOTT KRIPPAYNE, WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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