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Sunday’s Coming.

Sunday’s Coming.

The Easter associated song hereunder, ‘Sunday’s Coming, is a rousing anthem that resonates with the many people around the world, facing everyday challenges. The lyrics, ‘Keep on holding on’, encourages Christians, in particular,to persist in their beliefs and to never lose that feeling of expectation for a more favourable future outcome.

Lyrics: Ethan Hulse, Nick Schwarz, Zach Williams
Vocals: American Christian rock artist Zachary Stephen Williams (Zach Williams).

Sunday’s Coming.

When your week feels like a beat down,
And you can’t tell the night from day,
And you’re tired of fighting battles,
When all you feel is pain, oh, it’s a heavy weight.
There’s hope on the horizon,
The cross was not the end,
Let joy come in the morning,
And, child, lift your head, don’t you give up yet.

Keep on holding on, there’s gonna be a breakthrough,
Keep on holding on, don’t stay buried in that grave.
If He can roll the stone, He can send the darkness running,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming,

So let your soul start singing,
And dry those tear-stained eyes,
There’s a new life and you can breathe in,
You’re gonna see the light on the other side.

Keep on holding on, there’s gonna be a breakthrough,
Keep on holding on, don’t stay buried in that grave.
If He can roll the stone, He can send the darkness running,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming,

(Oh oh), Sunday’s coming,
(Oh oh), Sunday’s coming,

For the mama’s praying for the family,
(Your Sunday’s coming,)
For the daddy’s struggling to make ends meet,
(Your Sunday’s coming,)
And if addiction’s bringing you,to your knees,
(Your Sunday’s coming,)
Oh, if anybody here wants to be set free,
(Your Sunday’s coming,)

Keep on holding on, there’s gonna be a breakthrough,
Keep on holding on, don’t stay buried in that grave,
If He can roll the stone, He can send the darkness running,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming,
It might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s coming.

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