September

Liedtekst

Do you remember,
when it was like September
Before you grew cold like December
and all you saw were cloudy days

And I remember, that day
when you surrendered
You stopped hurting ‘cause you remembered
the season it won't last always…

Ba de ya, tell me you remember
Ba de ya, when your heart felt like September
You still had your joy
and God was just a prayer away

Ba de ya de ya de yow
I can see clearly now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The sun is much brighter now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The season, it won't last always
Pa, pa, pa

Seems like forever
You said when will my life get better
I'm tired of stormy weather
but the sun always shines in May

So just remember
the next time you feel like December
Remember that night in September
when God wiped all your tears away

Ba de ya, tell me you remember
Ba de ya, when your heart felt like September
You still had your joy
and God was just a prayer away

Ba de ya, tell me you remember
Ba de ya, when your heart felt like September
You still had your joy
and God was just a prayer away

Ba de ya, tell me you remember
Ba de ya, when your heart felt like September
You still had your joy
and God was just a prayer away

Ba de ya, tell me you remember
Ba de ya, when your heart felt like September
You still had your joy
and God was just a prayer away

Ba de ya de ya de yow
I can see clearly now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The sun is much brighter now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The season, it won't last always
Pa, pa, pa

Ba de ya de ya de yow
I can see clearly now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The sun is much brighter now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The season, it won't last always
Pa, pa, pa

Ba de ya de ya de yow
I can see clearly now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The sun is much brighter now
Ba de ya de ya de yow
The season, it won't last always
Pa, pa, pa

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Kerk van uitvoering
IJsselhallen
Plaats van uitvoering
Zwolle
Dirigent
André Bijleveld
Uitvoerenden
Gospel Boulevard
Eerste componist
Al McKay, Maurice White, Allee Willis
Taal
Engels
Thema's
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Al McKay, Maurice White, Allee Willis