Tim McGrawWe Carry On

He hasn't seen a drop of rain for months it seems Rollin' river is nothing but a trickling stream The crops are dying in the harsh sunlight The dust on his tongue is dry The fatted calf is down to skin and bones We carry on Alone in the city and she's only seventeen The boy left her black and blue in the street so mean Just twelve weeks along and she's got a life inside Says she's never ever felt so alone She walks in the shelter, they say "welcome home" And we carry on When our lives come undone We carry on Cause there's promise in the morning sun We carry on As the dark surrenders to the dawn We were born to overcome We carry on Beyond the picket fences and the oil wells The happy endings and the fairy tales Is the reality of shattered lives and broken dreams We carry on It's the family that grieves for a lost loved one It's the soldier who won't leave til the job is done It's the addict trying to turn his life around It's picking yourself off the ground when you've been knocked down And we carry on When our lives come undone We carry on Cause there's promise in the morning sun We carry on As the dark surrenders to the dawn We were born to overcome We carry on When our lives come undone We carry on Cause there's promise in the morning sun We carry on As the dark surrenders to the dawn We were born to overcome We carry on He stands in the field, cooled by the winds of change She smiles as her baby moves and it starts to rain
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