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Byron Cage - Anyhow (feat. Dave Hollister)

Live album: "Live At The Apollo: The Proclamation" (2007)

Tho' the storms in life will come
And sometimes I may feel alone
I can stand upon the promise
You won't leave me

In desperate times it causes me
It causes me to stay on my knees
So I will praise You anyhow

With tears, streaming down my face
I'll put on the garment of praise
There'd no trouble that will come
That you won't help me

The enemy has to flee
I already have victory
So I will praise Him anyhow

Anyhow, anyhow, anyhow
I'll praise You anyhow

The trials that come
They sometimes come to make me strong
For Your strength is made perfect
In my weakness

You promised to supply my needs
And that you will never leave
So I will praise You anyhow

After You've done everything
I'm not sure what the day will bring
But, by faith I'll wait on You, Lord
Because You're right there

And even when I want to give in
I'll hold out until the end
For I will praise You anyhow

Hallelujah, anyhow, anyhow
Just keep on, praise Him, Oh anyhow, anyhow
Hallelujah, any how

I'll praise Him anyhow
I'll praise Him anyhow
I'll praise Him anyhow
I'll praise Him anyhow

Byron Cage (born December 15, 1962) is an American gospel recording artist.

Inspired by the singing of the late Rev. Donald Vails and Thomas Whitfield, Cage began singing gospel music as a teenager. Cage went on to attend Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, where he was a member of the Morehouse College Glee Club. He also joined New Birth Cathedral in Atlanta. He also served as music director for Greater Grace Temple (PAW), in Detroit, Michigan.