I Won't Let Go

Album: Nothing Like This (2010)
Charted: 31
  • It's like a storm
    That cuts a path
    It's breaks your will
    It feels like that

    You think you're lost
    But your not lost on your own
    You're not alone

    I will stand by you
    I will help you through
    When you've done all you can do
    If you can't cope
    I will dry your eyes
    I will fight your fight
    I will hold you tight
    And I won't let go

    It hurts my heart
    To see you cry
    I know it's dark
    This part of life
    Oh it finds us all (finds us all)
    And we're too small
    To stop the rain
    Oh but when it rains

    I will stand by you
    I will help you through
    When you've done all you can do
    And you can't cope
    I will dry your eyes
    I will fight your fight
    I will hold you tight
    And I won't let you fall

    Don't be afraid to fall
    I'm right here to catch you
    I won't let you down
    It won't get you down
    You're gonna make it
    Yeah I know you can make it

    'Cause I will stand by you
    I will help you through
    When you've done all you can do
    And you can't cope
    And I will dry your eyes
    I will fight your fight
    I will hold you tight
    And I won't let go
    Oh I'm gonna hold you
    And I won't let go
    Won't let you go
    No I won't Writer/s: Jason Sellers, Stephen Robson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Marilyn from OhioI just recently heard this song by accident. I CANNOT express how this song helps me through the day, caring for my 98 year old mother with Alzheimer’s/ Dementia and blindness. It takes a toll on my husband and, I both physically, mentally, and emotionally. We get by just fine, but can not afford to bring someone in to care for her so we can get away for a few days. However, this song helps me get through my most trying days. There have been times I just did not want to live my life anymore. I have no one left in my family to go to for help. This song is why I cannot thank you enough, because it has helped me realize that I truly have a reason for living and my faith in God has been completely restored. God Bless!!
  • Zack from Noblesville, InYea, That is how I feel a lot now.
  • Cheryl from Lancaster, CaI wrote the lyrics to this song...no one else...i wrote it for my little girl Belita Alexis Wilson ...birth name. She is abused by her adoptive parents Tom and Amy Thompson. I wrote it to save her...but donna brown stole it after I told her about it. I told god to send thee holy spirit to help me wrote it. Donna gave it to -and im glad but I have more songs...since I may never get the credit for this one or the other hit songs she stole from me. My daugjter still suffers and a little girl was raped by tom thompson in december of 2010...this song might have prevented her rape...she was 12 urs old..my girl is 10 now. Ptescott valley, az. Is corrupt and so are many places ...no one helps the adopted victims and biological mothers who love the child
  • Cynthia from Fort White, FlThis is possibly one of the greatest songs i have heard lately, I am a Christian and this song has really helped me. I recently went through a pretty nasty divorce and now I am being laid-off so just the thought that God is there for me helps and this song serves as a reminder that we all need to be lifted sometime in our lives. Thanks for the lift.
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