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You're Never Alone

You're Never Alone lyrics

You're Never Alone

Bud
Went down to the hansen place to check on bob and the kid.
One look at that fella’s face, i guess i knew what he did.
Too proud to admit he’s stuck when all his crops went down.
Lord knows we’d’ve backed him up to get a loan in town.

Damn fool, when the bills came through,
He couldn’t think of anything else to do ‘
Thought he was gonna lose the farm.
Waits ‘til cora goes to town,
Turns the thresher on and then lays right down,
So the hospital took off half his arm.

I know it ain’t easy,
This is a long road.
Nothin’ Is easy out there on your own,
But if you’re ready to stand up,
I tell ya, by god’s grace,
We’re all from the same place,
Right down to the bone:
You’re never alone.

Francesca
Everybody pitched in. People show up when you need them.

Charlie
Went down to the hansen place to check on cora and bob...

Michael
Went by with the trailer-hitch, but that’s a hell of a job.

Bud
Language, michael.

Marge
Brought cora a chicken stew, she’s barely eaten for weeks.

Carolyn
Told henry to wipe his hands and stand up straight when he speaks.

Bud
Cleaned out the ammonia drums.

Carolyn
Cleaned the attic out for when bob’s brother comes.

Michael
Pulled in six acres overall.

Marge
Had a talk with the bank in ames.

Charlie
Got the state farm guys to speed up the claims.

Company
They’re gonna make it through the fall.

But you know it ain’t easy.
This is a long road.
Nothin’ Is easy out there on your own.
But if you’re ready to stand up,
We’re standin’ Beside you,
Reach out and we’ll guide you

Company
Oh, oh, oh oh...
Oh, oh, oh oh...
Oh, oh, oh oh...

Through the great unknown:

You’re never alone.
You’re never alone.
You’re never alone.

Bud (pointedly to francesca)
You’re never alone.

Last Update: June, 10th 2014


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Musical: Bridges of Madison County, The. Song: You're Never Alone. Broadway musical soundtrack lyrics. Song lyrics from theatre show/film are property & copyright of their owners, provided for educational purposes