Hope Survives – Single

Date of release: 15 Apr, 2014

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  1. Hope Survives

    In your eyes I see pain
    But your light gives me faith,
    In your voice, is grief
    Still your words have grace,

    I know your heart is broken
    I know you are in pain
    I know no word can comfort
    Just know that we are here in prayer

    Floods will dry, bricks will rise
    In every seed, hope survives,
    The wait is long, I know
    But every day we grow,

    I know your heart is broken
    I know you are in pain
    I know no word can comfort
    Just know that we are here in prayer

    From healing scars remain
    A mark of truth and pain
    Reminds us we were brave
    We will be strong again

    Credits:

    Music by Sami Yusuf
    Words by Sami Yusuf & Will Knox
    Performed, Arranged & Produced by Sami Yusuf
    Recorded and Mixed at www.AndanteStudios.com
    Sponsored by www.SpiritiqueFoundation.org
    Published by Resonance Music Administered by Fairwood Music (UK) Ltd for the World

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Sami Yusuf releases charity single ‘Hope Survives’ for his #LiveFeedPh campaign in partnership with WFP. All profits are donated to the victims of the tragic Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. www.LiveFeedPhilippines.org

Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the central Philippines on 8 November 2013, leaving behind it a path of death and destruction and millions of people in urgent need of emergency assistance.

Since then, WFP has been reaching out to survivors with food supplies. In the early stages, WFP provided high-energy biscuits, as they are easy to transport, need no cooking and are particularly convenient with children. Rice rations and Plumpy’Doz, a specialized nutrition product, are now also being distributed as part of the overall response.

A month after the typhoon struck, WFP had dispatched over 11,000 metric tons of food including 11,100 tons of rice, 260 tons of high-energy biscuits and 18 tons of specialized nutrition products for children, reaching some 3 million people.

Read WFP’s full Press Release here

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