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I Will Rise Again Stone Jets

For many things, healing starts the moment when we allow it to happen. By virtue of seeking a better and different view, we start to overcome the gravity of any hurt and recover what was thought to be lost

ZAIM72100002 Given Nkanyane, Manfred Klose YES
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Lyrics:
I WILL RISE AGAIN

Everybody’s talking so loud
Like they all have a clue
I can hear them talking so much
They’ve got no love to give
But what am I gonna do
They say I’m going six feet under
I will rise again,
I will rise again
When I feel I’m going down
And my feet can’t touch the ground
I will rise again
And release myself
I can see the distant thunder
With no one standing here
My head is playing tricks I wonder
Do you really care
They say every cloud should rain
So let it fall on me
Theres nothing in this world I want now
I will rise again,
I will rise again
Yes I will raise again like the last time
I won’t fall apart and when I do
I don’t really care if I’m wrong
I know that I am getting strong
Even with my back on the wall
I will never let it fall
Cause I will rise again,
I will rise again
When I feel I’m going down
And my feet can’t touch the ground
I will raise again
When my world is upside down
And release myself
Artist short biography:

Given and Manfred better known as Stone Jets have been slowly crafting their distinct yet familiar sound.

Gaining fans where ever the musical journey has taken them; London, Berlin, Madrid or Czech, Stone Jets maintain appeal and they are poised to take the industry by surprise.

A lot can be said about Given’s vivid voice and in equal measures Manfred’s guised guitar prowess but the fusion of the two, together with a simple yet substantial melodic songwriting style and strong live performances, makes them a formidable force on the verge of eruption.