"Won't Turn Back" as written by and William Rinehart Nathaniel Rinehart....
Lonely like a sailor
Who's left his girl at home
No storm could overtake the love he knows

So tell me why I should run for cover
At the sound of the coming thunder
All I hear is the cry of my lover
So take your shot
I won't turn back

I won't turn back

Faithful like a soldier
Who's answered to the call
Even when his back's against the wall

So tell me why I should run for cover
At the sound of the coming thunder
All I hear is the cry of my lover
Yeah take your shot
I won't turn back

No I won't turn back
No I won't turn
No I won't turn

So tell me why I should run for cover
At the sound of the coming thunder
All I hear is the cry of my lover
Yeah take your shot
I won't turn back

I won't turn back
I won't turn back
I won't turn back

No I won't turn back
No I won't turn back
No I won't turn back

Yeah, I won't turn back
I won't turn
I won't turn


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"Won't Turn Back" as written by William Rinehart Nathaniel Rinehart

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    General CommentNo matter the storm, he will stand his ground and keep his mind's ear focused on his lover. I love this song.
    Zudrakon July 07, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, it's one of my favourites on the album.

    It makes me think of a guy in war, and all he can think of is the love of his life, so much that even though storms are coming, even though he's being shot at, he won't give up on her, he won't turn back from her love.

    Personally for me I think of Jesus, and how in this life the world can be against us, and we have enemies, and there are so many life storms, I won't run back from Jesus. He is my lover, his voice is the one I listen for, and I'm answering his call.
    SpringChicken22on February 10, 2011   Link

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