Stand

Album: Black and White America (2011)
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  • Don't give up,
    You're gonna see tomorrow
    That you'll be on your feet again
    Sometimes the world's gonna knock you over
    But you will see who are your friends

    Come on, stand, up again
    Come on, stand,
    Stand, you're gonna run again

    Your faith and patience will be your soldiers
    To guide you through your troubled times
    Just put one foot in front of the other
    The battles are inside your mind
    You have the power to face your demons
    No matter how big or what kind
    And rid yourself of your fear and weakness
    So you can start to live your life

    Come on, stand, up again
    Come on, stand,
    Stand, you're gonna run again

    Come on baby, stand, up again
    Stand yeah, come on, stand
    Come on you can make it
    Stand, you're gonna run again

    Pick up your will and put on your face
    If you need to, just take my hand
    It's time to demonstrate, don't hesitate
    Just get up and say "Yes, I can"

    Stand, up again
    Come on, stand,
    Stand, you're gonna run again

    Stand, oh stand, up again
    Stand up again, come on, stand,
    Oh come on baby
    Stand, you're gonna run again
    Stand
    Stand, you're gonna run again
    Come on
    Stand, you're gonna run again Writer/s: LENNY ALBERT KRAVITZ
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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