You could turn a hundred years and never empty all you fears
They're pouring out like broken words and broken bones
They could fill a thousand pages, be the cry for all the ages
And the song for every soul who stands alone
The ache of life is more than you are able

Hold on love, don't give up
Don't close your eyes
The light is breaking through the night

Step out into the day
All the clouds and all the rain are gone
It's over now
Step out into the sun, for you have only begun to know
What it's all about
As the hungering dark gives way to the dawn, my love
It's over now

Time will let the story told grow and grow 'til it unfolds
In a way that even you cannot ignore
You can say the seasons change but never if you just remain
In a place where the freeze is at your door
What you don't know is the signs are right for the turning tide

Hold on, hold on
It won't be long
So hold on

Lyrics submitted by noteddybear

Into the Day Lyrics as written by Jeffrey Stephen Norman Jason David Ingram

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Capitol CMG Publishing, Peermusic Publishing

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    I don't really know what it's about but I can't help but love it. ^_^ to bad no one else has added a comment...

    fiends~of~glompon May 03, 2007   Link
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    ok, what i don't get is why not a lot of people are commenting this song. its such a great song! to me, it's about holding on to the light in times of darkness and...well, idk, that's all i got. HELP! i want to know what this song's about.

    crazii_bout_musicon February 21, 2008   Link
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    From what I understand, this song basically says that even if life is hard to bare now, things can always get better. Things are always changing, and whats to keep the next change from being a good one?

    MokieMortyon December 06, 2008   Link
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    This song is basically about how the fears, struggles, and aches of us could hold us down. First verse is about how that ache of life and fear and struggles of life can pin us down and we could waste all our days in mourning. Instead, we should step out "into the day" and the Sun symbolizes the life that Jesus offers that regardless of what one goes through he is the light. "were you've only begun to know what its all about" talking about we've only known a small glimpse of who God is and the fullness of life he offers.

    Second verse is like the first that "time will let the story told grow until it unfolds in a way that even you cannot ignore" is i think about the story of Jesus unfolding as we know him more. He also says "you can say the season change but not if you just remain in a place where it freezes at your door" is about the excuses we have due to what pins us down and steals our joy "ache of life/fears/etc" how we give into those circumstances and essentially we prefer to feel bad for ourselves rather than "step out into the day" and the light of God. Like we waste our time meditating and giving into our fears and struggles. Instead, bebo norman is encouraging to step out regardless of circumstances and hold on

    Basically there are two options: to stay at a place to dwell on our fears and aches and what we've been through or "step out" of that and stop meditating on our failures

    youssefhson December 09, 2010   Link

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