Wherever you are my love will keep you safe, My heart will build a bridge of light across both time and space Wherever you are, our hearts still beat as one I hold you in my dreams each night until your task is done Light up the darkness, my wondrous star Our hopes and dreams, my heart and yours, forever shining far Light up the darkness, my prince of peace May the stars shine all around you may your courage never cease
Wherever I am, I will love you day by day I will keep you safe, cling on to faith, along the dark dark way
Wherever I am, I will hold on through the night I will pray each day a safe return, will look now to the light Light up the darkness, my wondrous star Our hopes and dreams, my heart and yours, forever shining far Light up the darkness, my prince of peace May the stars shine all around you may your courage never cease
May your courage never cease
Writer/s: JOHN CHARLES LODGE
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Alistair from Daventry, United KingdomThe soloist at the beginning was shown in the TV programmes to be afflicted by a complete lack of confidence yet by the end she was able to perform perfectly under intense pressure, such as at the Royal Albert Hall in front of Royalty including the Queen. Some performances on TV nearer to Christmas showed a new soloist although she had been part of the original two-bases choir and the only explanation I have seen is that the original soloist was on a pre-arranged holiday. The composite TV programme made from the original series was extremely moving at several points and well worth trying to catch up on if missed.
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