Treasure Island

Lee John Siebritz

(12 March 1985 / Cape Town)

Through The Rain


I will make it once again
I will stand up from the rain
I will prosper once again

And each time I fall
I will stand up tall
Those who watched on
As I was out in the rain
Who did not give me a place to stay

May the lord look down on your sins
And deal with you one day

But I know life is to short to dwell on past events
I need stand up and gather my strength
For the fight is yet to come
And I’ll be ready to take it head on
With the Lord by my side

He will guide me through the night
He’ll protect me from the cold
And shrug off death
As he knocks on by my door

To keep me safe
As I wonder through the rain
Knowing I will stand up again

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2008

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