Russ Taff: I Still Believe

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I been out in a cave for forty days
With 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

But I still believe
I still believe
Through the pain and through the grief
Through the lies and through the storms
Through the cries and through the wars
Oh, I still believe
Oh, I still believe

Flat on my back out at sea
I'm 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
Oh, I still believe

You can't take that away from me, no
I believe

I’ll march this road, and I’ll climb this hill
Upon on my knees if I have to
I’ll take my place upon this stage
I’ll wait ’til the end of time for You

I still believe
I believe
You can't take that away from me
Oh, I still believe

For people like us, in places like this
We need all the hope that we can get
I believe
I believe
Through the shame and the grief
Through the heartache, through the tears
Through the waiting, and all the years
I still believe
I must believe

I still believe
I still believe