I believe there are some debts
That we never can repay
I believe there are some words
That you can never unsay
And I don't know a single soul
Who didn't get lost along the way.

I believe in socks and gloves
Knit out of soft grey wool,
And that there's a place in heaven for those
Who teach in public school.
And I know I get some things right ,
But mostly I'm a fool.

Chorus I believe in a good strong cup of ginger tea,
And all these shoots and roots will become a tree.
All I know is I can't help but see
All of this as so very holy.

I believe in jars of jelly
Put up by careful hands,
I believe most folks are doing
About the best they can,
And I know there are some things
That I will never understand.

Chorus I believe there's healing in the sound of your voice,
And that a summer tomato is a cause to rejoice,
And that following a song was never really a choice.
Never really.

Bridge I believe in a good long letter written on real paper and with real pen,
I believe in the ones I love and know I'll never see again,
I believe in the kindness of strangers and the comfort of old friends,
And when I close my eyes to sleep at night it's good to say,
"Amen"

I believe that life's comprised of smiles and sniffles and tears,
And in an old coat that still has another good year,
Ball I need is here.

Chorus I believe in a good strong cup of ginger tea,
And all these shoots and roots will become a tree.
All I know is I can't help but see
All of this as so very holy.

I believe.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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