Garth Ukrainetz

Yesterday I wrote the song “We Will Rise Again” for the people of Humboldt. I dedicate this song to the people of Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada

We Will Rise Again

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We will rise again

We will rise again

We believe in love

And we will rise again

We will rise again

We will rise again

We believe in love

And we will rise again

A Prairie hockey town

It’s so hard to understand

We’ve been knocked down to the ground

The nation’s tears flood all the land

A hope shines thru the pain

Like a Crocus thru the snow

Needs the sun and springtime rain

And we will rise again

We will rise again

We will rise again

We believe in love

And we will rise again

We will rise again

We will rise again

We’ve been knocked down to the ground

But we will rise again

We will rise again

We will rise again

We believe in love

And we will rise again

We will rise again

We will rise again

Broncos running wild and free

We will rise again

Broncos running wild and free

We will rise again

Psalm 62:1

Just heard about the dreadful news about your hockey team. My son was a goalie with a team here in lancashire uk. I remember so many coach trips round the country with a bunch of smelly loud wonderful young men just like yours.

Can’t imagine what the families are going through. Please pass on our love and prays from another member of the ice hockey family.

God bless you all

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