There’s a hope-
A ray of light ever so bright.
Today has failed me
But, help me believe in tomorrow.
I want to believe in a tomorrow
That I can look forward to.
A tomorrow in which I can make up
For the loss of today.
A tomorrow in which I could succeed
Oh ! How that tomorrow I need.
The sun has set today
My thoughts are not at bay.
Today, I could not find a way out
Maybe, tomorrow will bring something fresh and new.
A victory or a loss?
But, I still hope to gain
And trust my hopes are not in vain.
I place my faith in tomorrow
That perhaps, in my life may set a glow.
First, I have to pass this long and sleepless night
But, I have confidence in tomorrow’s light.
I earnestly hope tomorrow never lets me down
And crashes all my dreams to the ground.
Help me believe in tomorrow
After the veil of the night has lifted
Into the gaze of a shining day.
A tomorrow that will be bright and pleasant
And fill my heart with content.
I sincerely want to believe in a tomorrow
Which will erase the pain of yesterday
And give me the courage to express what I need to say.
A tomorrow which will answer all the questions
And justify all the reasons.
A tomorrow in which there is nothing left to hide
But, only life and love on my side.
So, Pray! Help me believe in
This wonderful tomorrow.
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