“It Ain’t Over” the Take a Hike From Cancer Theme Song

“It Ain’t Over”


Written and Produced by DeAndre Allen-Toole and Tyler Durham

Lyrics by Kari Betton and DeAndre Allen-Toole

Performed by Rockeal Jones

BIO: Tyler Durham    Producer/Composer

Tyler Durham is a versatile, award-winning composer for films and games. He loves the collaborative process and always brings a unique sound to his scores.

Tyler earned a bachelor’s degree in music composition and a minor in recording arts from Missouri State University in 2015 and an MFA degree in Scoring for Screen at Columbia College Chicago. Tyler has received numerous awards for his work, including Best Score at the Los Angeles Web Fest, a nomination for Best Original Music from the International Academy of Web Television, a Bronze Telly Award for his work on Epilogue: The Series, and semi-finalist placement in the International CINE Film Scoring Competition in 2013. Tyler’s symphony, The New Frontier, was a winner in the Young Composer’s Challenge, a national contest sponsored by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and was performed live by the orchestra in 2011. His wind ensemble piece, Flight of the Monarchs, was premiered by the Missouri State University Wind Ensemble in 2014 and performed at the SCI Region VI Conference by Henderson State University in 2015.

Hear Tyler’s amazing talent: http://www.tylerdurhammusic.com/

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It Ain’t Over (Lyrics)

—Verse 1—
You may think it is impossible
But that bridge is crossable
‘cause you are remarkable, keep fighting baby

When that last road is invisible
You could be a miracle
A miracle in more ways than just one

—Pre-Chorus (1)—
Keep on fighting till you believe
That your mission is not complete
Long as you still got your smile
and that dancin’ all in your feet

You can live today
while the present is guaranteed
Listen to the voice telling you “it ain’t over”

—Chorus—
You may feel undone
but your journey has just begun
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

You’ve got steps to take
and have barriers left to break
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

—Shout— (4 bars)

—Second Verse—
When you don’t have anything to say
Remember that you have today
The sun will come up anyway, keep winnin’ baby

When it seems like you’ve got far to go
You’ll never have to go alone
You’ve got the love of others by your side

—Pre-Chorus (2)—
Keep on fighting until you know
That the strength you have always shows
Not a force on Earth can extinguish
the intensity of your glow

You’ve got something great
More than words can articulate
Raise your voice and tell the world that it ain’t over

—Chorus—
You may feel undone
but your journey has just begun
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

You’ve got steps to take
and have barriers left to break
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

Keep on fighting till you believe
That your mission is not complete
Long as you still got your smile
and that dancin’ all in your feet

Cause you’ve almost won
and your journey is far from done
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

—Shout— (4 bars)

—Bridge—
Please know that you’re incredible,
beloved, and unforgettable.
The life given to you is purpose-filled and unregrettable.

Your gifts are indispensable,
cherished, unique, and plentiful.
You are intentional; your best has yet to come.

—Chorus—
You may feel undone
but your journey has just begun
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

You’ve got steps to take
and have barriers left to break
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

Keep on fighting till you believe
That your mission is not complete
Long as you still got your smile
and that dancin’ all in your feet

Cause you’ve almost won
and your journey is far from done
so it ain’t over
no it ain’t over

—Outro Shout— (8 bars)

About Karen Tripp

Beyond being a Christian Counselor and the President of Cancer Companions, Karen loves to read (she's a great reader) and loves to sing (she's a bad singer) in her home near St Louis, MO. Cancer has personally touched Karen's personal life through her dad - a 23 year colon cancer survivor. Impacting lives for Christ through her speaking, writing and counseling fills Karen with a passion which infuses every task she approaches. (except matching socks. Karen hates matching socks.)
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