Just Around the Corner

  • There's no good crash course
    On how to win what you're fighting for
    You find a little grace
    When you lose your faith
    And you set your sights once more

    On a slow down deep breath
    And the strength to take another step
    And keep walking baby
    Keep on walking baby

    Just around the corner
    The sun's a little warmer
    The storm is blowing over
    It's finally over
    The weight that you've been holding
    The faith that's been broken
    Ain't broken any longer
    And you'll be stronger
    Just around the corner, corner
    Just around the corner

    It's a white flag in the air
    It's the hit your knees kind a prayer
    It's a you don't know, whose lifting
    But you hope it's someone, somewhere
    It's a reaching out kind of friend
    Over and over again
    It's a God send
    A God send

    Just around the corner
    The sun's a little warmer
    The storm is blowing over
    It's finally over
    The weight that you've been holding
    The faith that's been broken
    Ain't broken any longer
    And you'll be stronger
    Just around the corner, corner
    Just around the corner

    Ohh, yeah, yeah
    Ohh, yeah
    Ohh, yeah

    A break in the clouds
    Can't see it now
    But it's out there
    Hold your head up
    One foot in front
    Of the other

    Just around the corner
    The sun's a little warmer
    The storm is blowing over
    It's finally over
    The weight that you've been holding
    The faith that's been broken
    Ain't broken any longer
    And you'll be stronger
    Just around the corner, corner
    Just around the corner, corner

    Just around the corner, corner
    Just around the corner Writer/s: SAM MACKENZIE ELLIS, CARY RYAN BARLOWE, SARAH JANE BUXTON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, Spirit Music Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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