Drakensberg Boys’ Choir: Dragons in Concert: You’ll Never Walk Alone – YouTube

Screenshot Drakensberg Boys Choir & the Welsh Male Voice Choir of South Africa

The Drakensberg Boys Choir & the Welsh Male Voice Choir of South Africa performing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ during the Dragons in Concert event on Saturday 25 August 2012.
Song Composed by: R.Rodgers & O. Hammerstein II
Conducted by: Johann van der Sandt

Video Source: Dragons in Concert: You’ll Never Walk Alone – YouTube Published on Sep 15, 2012 by DBCHOIR

Lyrics Rogers & Hammerstein: You’ll Never Walk Alone

When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don’t be afraid of the dark

At the end of the storm
Is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of the lark

Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed and blown

Walk on walk on with hope in your heart
And you’ll never walk alone
You’ll never walk alone

When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don’t be afraid of the dark

At the end of the storm
Is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of the lark

Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed and blown

Walk on walk on with hope in your heart
And you’ll never walk alone
You’ll never walk

You’ll never walk
You’ll never walk alone.

Lyrics Source:Song Lyrics : You’ll Never Walk Alone (R. Rogers/O. Hammerstein II)

7 thoughts on “Drakensberg Boys’ Choir: Dragons in Concert: You’ll Never Walk Alone – YouTube

    • Belated congratulations and best wishes – I hope the day was filled with joy (and grandkids). It’s a lovely song and they really did get the best from it. Delighted you enjoyed it.

      mfi

  1. Sigh – that is a great song and a lovely lovely rendition – anyone recall the version by Gerry and the Pacemakers – belated birthday greetings to Mr. Twain

  2. Priceless – now I am an emotional wreck (it doesn’t take much these days!) Good footage too of Liverpool I am guessing. Oh dear I know the name Twain from FDL – my apologies to Ms. Twain but belated happy birthday anyway

    • I’m absolutely certain that Twain would be the first to say that it’s the greeting and the good will behind it that are important. Have another listen to the Drakies they’re “good for what ails you”. :-).

      gor

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