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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I was listening to Aria de Mezzo Carattere - Final Fantasy 3 Opera Scene and a different set of lyrics came to mine.
In the fourth stanza, first line, I wanted to say, "Through times of despair"
but I was afraid that it was too close to the orignal "Through arms of despair" so I changed it to Though times are unfair.
Youíre my hero
My soulís salvation
You turn my gray skies
to sun rays.
Thereíll not be a day
Where Iíll turn away
My true beloved
Iím the twilight
Youíre the sunlight
Bringing life to me.
Though times are unfair
Youíre always there
Loving me with care.
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