"Look to the Hills" as written by Michael Clemons, Nathan Clemons, David Chance and Dante Jordan....
I'm sitting here crying in the dark
I'm trying to mend the wounds of my broken heart
It's hard to believe that your really gone
It's hard to really accept it and move on

There's times I feel all hope is gone
I'm wanting embrace from your loving arms
But I must try and start all over again
And know that within myself I have strength

Look to the hills, look to the mountains
From you in the storm, you can find strength
I know the hurt and pain that you cry
And no matter what goes on the sun will shine

There's a lot of things I wanted to tell you
A lot of more getting to know you
But through God, I believe I can talk to you
And tell you that I'm always missing you

Sometimes I get so lonely
And it seems like life ain't worth living for
When hurt and pain is all you feel inside
You go to look to the hills and say "I will survive"

Look to the hills, look to the mountains
From you in the storm, you can find strength
I know the hurt and pain that you cry
And no matter what goes on the sun will shine

When you're down and out and there's no way out
And you think that hope is gone
Lift your head up high and be strong and

Look to the hills, look to the mountains
From you in the storm, you can find strength
I know the hurt and pain that you cry
And no matter what goes on the sun will shine

Look to the hills, look to the mountains
From you in the storm, you can find strength
I know the hurt and pain that you cry
And no matter what goes on the sun will shine

Look to the hills, look to the mountains
From you in the storm, you can find strength
I know the hurt and pain that you cry
And no matter what goes on the sun will shine



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"Look to the Hills" as written by Michael Clemons David Chance

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