Invisible Hope
Written by Jack Sundrud, Craig Bickhardt and Allison Mellon

He’s standing on the bridge overlooking I-40
Watching the rush hour traffic going by
People in the cars, they think its raining
But its just the pain falling from his eyes

The highway is so far down below him
He’s torn between jumping and walking across
And heaven’s such a long way above him
He gives his last quarter a toss

I keep on believing
Some things you never know
I don’t need a reason
I’ve got invisible hope
I’ve got invisible hope

She’s frozen in time somewhere on I-40
Its bumper to bumper, both hands on the wheel
She’s got five dollar pay and a kid on the way
And this is exactly how her whole life feels
She gets out of the car and she starts walking
Praying, “Dear God, send me a sign”
She looks down and there lies a quarter
And she finds her strength one more time

I keep on believing
Some things you never know
I don’t need a reason
I’ve got invisible hope
I’ve got invisible hope

No one saw it out on I-40
But I know hope is everywhere
It spoke to that man and that woman
Like an answer to a prayer

I keep on believing
Some things you never know
I don’t need a reason
I’ve got invisible hope
I’ve got invisible hope