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  1. Silver Lining

From the album Durban Girl

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Written by Annie Bonsignore & Kevin Sokolnicki.

Produced by Fred Mollin.

Recorded by Dave Salley at The Sound Emporium, Nashville TN. Mixed by Dave Salley at Forthouse, Nashville TN.

Piano/Keyboards – Gary Prim; Acoustic Guitars: John Willis, Fred Mollin; Electric Guitars: John WIllis; Bass: Larry Paxton; Drums & Percussion: Paul Leim

All vocals recorded by Mike Tompa at MERRIAM Productions, Toronto ON.

All tracks mastered by Casey Wood at The Insanery, Nashville, TN

Lyrics

There once was a girl, her name was Grace
She lived her life defined by her mistakes
She’d look up and all she’d see were stormy skies
Or at least that’s what it felt like through her eyes

The world around her ashen gray
From bridges she burnt along the way

Waking up from a dream can be harder than it seems
When she’s not strong enough, all that can bring her back is love
Help her see the silver lining above

Deeper and deeper she goes
Sitting at rock bottom before she knows
To look up and see the sky is clear again
And her journey through dark days may soon end

Will you be there to take her hand?
Lifting the vail you help her stand

Waking up from a dream can be harder than it seems
When you’re not strong enough, what can bring you back is love

When I’m not strong enough
Will you bring me back with love?
When I’m not strong enough
Will you bring me back with love?
Help me see the silver lining above