To be very honest, I've been going thru some tough times lately.
Today my friend Leticia from Colorado Springs sent me the link to a song that seemed it was written just for me. Has that ever happened to you?
I remember late in 2007 when I introduced a country-based trio from Georgia onto my radio show. Today, almost 5 years later, Lady Antebellum is one of the most popular touring concerts across the country. The last song off of their debut, self-titled album sings about hope in the midst of very trying times.
Watch the video below and read the lyrics of this "almost-forgotten" song, and I hope it can inspire you or someone you know.
One thing I know- I am so thankful for my friends.
"One Day You Will" by Lady Antebellum
(written by Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley,
David Haywood, and Clay Mills)
You feel like you're falling backwards
Like you're slippin' through the cracks
Like no one would even notice
If you left this town and never came back
You walk outside and all you see is rain
You look inside and all you feel is pain
And you can't see it now
But down the road the sun is shining
In every cloud there's a silver lining
Just keep holding on (just keep holding on)
And every heartache makes you stronger
But it won't be much longer
You'll find love, you'll find peace
And the you you're meant to be
I know right now that's not the way you feel
But one day you will
You wake up every morning and ask yourself
What am I doing here anyway
With the weight of all those disappointments
Whispering in your ear
You're just barely hanging by a thread
You wanna scream but you're down to your last breath
And you don't know it yet
Find the strength to rise above
Find just what you're made of, you're made of
One day you will
Oh one day you will