Be Alright by Dante Bowe featuring Amanda Lindsey Cook #Inspiration #Journey #BeAlright

This new song by Dante Bowe just came out and it is amazing! Short, sweet, but so powerful and inspiring. I think everyone can relate to it, especially this year when everyone has been affected one way or another by the chaos of this year. Coronavirus. Civil unrest. The general upheaval of our normal routines. Many have lost loved ones. The normal rhythms of relating to others have been altered. Communication has become disjointed and impersonal. So many challenges have come up this year that have put our lives in constant flux as we search for something we recognize as normal. You know… there is One who is the same yesterday, today and forever. He is the Alpha and Omega. He is the Wonderful Counselor. The Everlasting God. The King of Kings.

Enjoy this song and remember, God is still God, and He is still in control.


Here are the lyrics to “Be Alright” by Dante Bowe, featuring Amanda Lindsey Cook:

VERSE 1
This is dedicated to the broken
The hurt and lonely and forgotten ones
This goes out to the weary
Let’s keep dancing while the day is young

VERSE 2
This right here is for the sleepless
Trying to make it in the fire ones
This is for the abandoned
Let’s keep dancing while the day is young

CHORUS
‘Cause it’ll be alright, alright, alright
Alright, alright, alright
It’s gonna be alright, alright, alright
Alright, alright, alright
This won’t last forever
Baby, it’s gonna get better
It’ll be alright, alright, alright
Alright, alright

VERSE 3
I’m singing out to the hidden
Waiting for the fruit that their hands have sown
Did you know there’s a promise
You’ll get more than what you bargained for

VERSE 4
This is for the lonely
The ones that loved and the ones that lost
I know your heart may be hurting
Let’s keep dancing till the day is done

BRIDGE
There’s a new, new day
There’s a new, new day comin’
There’s a new, new day
Just keep dancin’

VERSE 5
If you’re standing on the edge
Or if you’re home alone with a loaded gun
There’s strength at your lowest
Life’s worth living, you have just begun

Written by Dante Bowe, Amanda Cook, and Ben Schofield.

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