For everything that's wrong there is a worry, man
There is a reason why
And we just don't understand, but
Will, you've gotta keep the faith
Be patient oh the past is just a memory and heal
Heal, you evangel, heal inside eventually

We were born into a light
We were born a light
We were born into a light

For everyone alone, I wished you faith and hope
And all the strength to cope
To be your own best friend, have confidence
And keep the faith
Be patient, oh the past is just a memory and heal
Heal, you evangel, heal inside eventually

We were born into a light
We were born into a light
We were born a light
We were born into a light

The lights, the lights, not the lights



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  • +1
    General Comment:agreed, this is a great song. he's so inspiring.

    P.S. a few corrections...
    -the song is called "Born Into A Light" not THE light.
    -"For everything that's wrong there is a worry, man" = "for everything that's wrong there is a worried man"
    -"Heal, you evangel, heal inside eventually" = "heal your vines, you'll heal inside eventually"
    katerachaelon December 04, 2008   Link
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    General Comment:I think this is a great song, and it's a great opener for this album. An extremely hopeful song by Ryan Adams. He doesn't deny that things in life aren't always easy, and there is darkness, but I love how he sings with such an encouraging and loving voice.
    GabrielDeRoseon October 28, 2008   Link
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    General Comment:a few corrections of the corrections:

    i think the second correction was right the begin with - its "for everything thats wrong there is a worry, man"

    "Heal your vines, you'll heal inside eventually" = "heal your mind, you'll heal inside eventually".

    I could be wrong, but this is what i hear when i listen to it. Great song...
    rclinkenon August 18, 2009   Link

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