Never Alone by BarlowGirl

There are times when you're left to handle it on your own, but you're never alone. BarlowGirl sings about waiting and trust in this powerful music video.  


Never Alone Lyrics


I waited for you today

But you didn't show

No no no.

I needed you today

So where did you go?

You told me to call

Said you'd be there

And though I haven't seen you

Are you still there?


Chorus

I cried out with no reply

And I can't feel you by my side

So I'll hold tight to what I know

You're here and I'm never alone


And though I cannot see you

And I can't explain why

Such a deep reassurance

You've placed in my life.

We cannot separate

'Cause you're part of me.

And though you're invisible

I'll trust the unseen.

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