"If I Rise" as written by and Dido/armstrong Armstrong....
In your life, your mad
In your car, your sad
O’ your taller now I’ve found
Hold your fire course
O’ your fallen out
Go and sow your courses

If I rise, they are on my drive
If I believe, it’s more than it is
More than it is

If I rise, one more chance
All our dreams, more than this
O’ your taller now I’ve found
Hold your fire course
O’ your fallen out
Go and sow your courses

If I rise, they are on my drive
If I believe, it’s more than it is
It’s more than it is

If I thought I wanted more
Get the life more
Just one more call
Though I’ve never lost
Believe I don’t care
Never again

If I rise, they are on my drive
If I believe, it’s more than it is
It’s more than it is

If I thought I wanted more
Get the life more
Just one more call

If I believe, there’s more than this
Anymore than this


Lyrics submitted by upasna18

"If I Rise [From 127 Hours]" as written by Dido Armstrong A. R. Rahman

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, FOX MUSIC, INC.

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    General CommentI think it's about making the most of what you have and what time you have left. Rising above any problems or things you are worrying about.

    Heard this for the first time last night during 127 Hours and it's at a pretty emotional moment of the movie. Such a great movie and this went so well with the part it was played in. Dido's voice is out of this world in the song.
    JakeUtdon January 06, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis song is lovely!! I agree with JakeUtd, it played during an extrememly emotional part of the film 127 Hours and in my opinion this song should have won the Oscar for "Best Original Song". Everytime I listen to this my heart breaks.

    I think it is about being given another chance in life and how it is important to not take life for granted, and that there is more to life that maybe wasn't recognized before.
    Megnificenton March 01, 2011   Link

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