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I Still Believe - Tim Cappello
I've been in a cave for 40 days only a spark to light my way I want to give out, I want to give in This is our crime, this is our sin
I still believe, I still believe Through the pain, and through the grief Through the lies, through the storms Through the cries, and through the wars I still believe
I'm flat on my back out at sea hoping these waves don't cover me I'm turned and tossed upon the waves When the darkness comes I feel the grave
But I still believe, I still believe Through the cold, and through the heat Through the rain, and through the tears, Through the crowds, and through the cheers I still believe
I'll march this road, I'll climb this hill Upon my knees if I have to I'll take my place upon this stage I'll wait until the end of time for you
I'm out on my own walking these streets Look at the faces that I meet I feel like I want to go home What do I feel? What do I know?
But I still believe, I still believe Through the shame, and through the grief Through the heartache, through the tears Through the waiting, through the years
For people like us in places like this We need all the hope we can get Oh, I still believe!