"Something to Believe in" as written by Stephen John Anderson and David Charles Seaman....
I need a post I can lean on without it falling a rock I can stand on without it rolling
I need a road I can walk down without it turning
A fire I can feel the glow but not the burning
I don't need love just something to believe in
Where are the lips that told me they'd love me forever
The arms that promised me eternal shelter
Where is the wind that lied to me you'll never be empty
For love is a cherry tree in the land of plenty
But I don't want love just something to believe in
I believed in the sunshine and I saw it turned to rain
I believed in the one I loved but I loved her in vain
Is there no post I can lean on without it falling
No rock I can stand on without it rolling
Is there no road I can walk down without it turning
No fire I can feel the glow but not the burning
I don't want love just something to believe in
Oh Lord give me something to believe in







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