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Marian Call - Hope Lyrics


Marian Call – Hope Lyrics

I don’t know how to move on, but September does
One day after the other, and if it’s just a little darker every day
Well, the leaves look happy falling, don’t they, don’t they

But my hope, it is not light, it is not frail
It is the anchor, anchor
My hope is not slight, it’s not the sail
It is the anchor, whoa oh

Friends formed a line over Christmas for coffee and ghosts
To nail down the tragedy’s lesson, to swear and sigh
They’re kind and they’re real, but I’m a little relieved when they go
‘Cause what they all want to give me they can’t, though I’m grateful they try

I don’t know how to move on, but my body does
I’ll find the rhythms that I walked in once
My hands make tea, my brow makes furrows
My ankles cross, my shoulders worry for one
And my lips say, I’m sorry
I’m sorry
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm

But my hope, it is not light, it is not frail
It is the anchor, anchor

[Lyrics to Hope by Marian Call]
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