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Lady Antebellum: Never Alone Meaning

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Song Released: 2007


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May the angels protect you, trouble neglect you
And heaven accept you when it's time to go home
May you always have plenty, the glass never empty
And know in your belly, you're never alone

May your tears come from laughing, you find friends...

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    anonymous
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    Sep 28th, 2018 9:06pm report


    I plan to use this as my Mother/Son dance at my oldest sons' wedding. We lost his brother to suicide and we strongly believe his brother had kept him safe during a horrific accident he had where they said he should not have survived. If I had lost both my boys I don't think I could continue. So we know Brad is always with us and so too will the love of both me and his father!! Life is a journey we may not want to take, but one that we have to accept.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 3rd, 2018 8:02pm report


    When I first heard this song I knew it was meant for my mom who was getting ready to pass away. I interpreted the song as if her and I was talking to one another back and forth. This song gave me comfort that no matter how bad life gets or where I may be I’ll never be alone because she will always be with me!



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    anonymous
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    Aug 29th, 2017 8:52pm report


    It was given to me by a man I was falling in love with. I thought it meant I would never be alone. But what it meant was that I would be alone. O the words were sweet. But he never intended to stay. Such loss. Such pain.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 8th, 2016 12:18pm report


    This song reminds me of losing a loved one! No matter where you are, or what your doing, just remember that you have people to reach out to and your never alone.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 4th, 2014 8:43pm report


    This song is for my youngest child. I have called her Baby all her life. I plan to give her the lyrics to this song when I drop her off at her out of state college. Hopefully she will look at them when she is feeling down and alone and remember that Jesus is always with her.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 23rd, 2013 9:07am report


    i think its about someone that passed away from cancer and they will always be there and there love will follow and stay with you forever



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    anonymous
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    May 15th, 2012 5:29pm report


    I believe this song is about a wish for a friend or spouse. It's played a lot at Relay for Life events during the lantern release ceremony. To me it sounds like the friend or spouse is pledging to be there for the person through thick and thin. Also, it hints that the person may have a terminal illness.



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    anonymous
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    May 2nd, 2011 5:24pm report


    My interpretation of this song is a mother/ father letting their child know that they'll always be there with them and they'll never be alone. And also, God letting his children know that they'll never be alone because he's always there with us and watching over us. Either way, we're "Never Alone."




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