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STILL

WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY

CHARLIE LIM

About the song

The song depicts how a champion struggles to persevere in the face of external noise, distraction and negativity, echoing the sentiment of learning to be “still” in the eye of the storm. In the powerful refrain “Look to your heart” there is a call-to-arms for everyone to look within for the answers that we seek.

In the eye of the storm

I’m standing still

Against the tide

I’m setting sail

 

At the end of the day

Giants will fall

Mountains will crumble

It’s always darkest before the dawn

 

CHORUS

What is a flag

But a cloth to wrap my spirit

What is a race

But a dance with my friends through the fire

When everything else fades

What do you see

What is a dream

But a childhood memory

 

Look to your heart, look to your heart

At the flare of a gun

There’s a spark in the air

Echoing our anthem

A hundred doubts but not one regret

 

CHORUS

What is a flag

But a cloth to wrap my spirit

What is a race

But a dance with my friends through the fire

When everything else fades

What do you see

What is a dream

But a childhood memory

 

Look to your heart, look to your heart