Storm

Album: Who We Are (2007)
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  • How long have I been in this storm?
    So overwhelmed by the ocean's shapeless form
    Water's getting harder to tread
    With these waves crashing over my head

    If I could just see you
    Everything would be all right
    If I'd see you
    This darkness would turn to light
    And I will walk on water
    And you will catch me if I fall
    And I will get lost into your eyes

    I know everything will be alright
    I know everything is alright

    I know you didn't bring me out here to drown
    So why am I ten feet under and upside down?
    Barely surviving has become my purpose
    Because I'm so used to living underneath the surface

    If I could just see you
    Everything would be all right
    If I could see you
    This darkness would turn to light
    And I will walk on water
    And you will catch me if I fall
    And I will get lost into your eyes
    I know everything will be alright

    And I will walk on water
    And you will catch me if I fall
    And I will get lost into your eyes
    I know everything will be all right
    I know everything is all right

    Everything's all right
    Yeah
    Everything's all right Writer/s: Jason Wade
    Publisher: Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Lynda from Louisiana This song is beautiful and should be a worship song to the Lord!
  • Sherry from OregonThis song takes me to my brother Jim who passed away 9 years ago. There was never a brother and sister closer. He was my strength in hard times, and my heart still aches enormously knowing we won’t be together again until it’s my turn to join him mom and daddy!!!!
  • John from IndianaInteresting that you make no mention of the biblical references (Matthew 14: 22-33). There is no shame in admitting that.
  • Dave from Northridge, CaI hear you, this song is amzing, the power it has upon you when listening to it is amazing. It is an incredibly beautiful song, whether or not it is about christianity or not, most artists write songs so that the listener can intrepret however he/she wants, and I intrepret it about love, although I have to admit, the lyrics are very christian, it sounds like he is referring to Jesus and Peter, and how Jesus will calm the storm, anyhow, great song, great lyrics. The intor is amazing, especially live or the acoustic version.
  • Steph from Claverack, NyThe first time I heard this song, it made me cry. It solidifies the feeling of love, and going through the journey to understand it. This song sums up the trust you gain when you're in love. Being in it, with both feet. Submerged, almost to the point of it taking you under. The "storm" that surrounds you. So sweet and moving. One of my favorite Lifehouse songs!
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