Pop-rocker Avril Lavigne re-emerged after a five-year hiatus with a new powerful single “Head Above Water,” and now her music video is giving fans a glimpse into what she visualized her cry to God looked like while almost experiencing a near-death experience.
In the new music video for her song, Lavigne is seen adorned in a white gown, sporting a crystal cross. The singer holds a lantern, appearing angelic near a gloomy ocean while singing the powerful words to her new tune.
“God keep my head above water / Don’t let me drown / It gets harder / I’ll meet you there at the altar / As I fall down to my knees / Don’t let me drown / Don’t let me drown,” she sings in the song’s chorus.
Throughout the video, a dove is seen flying to and fro, not revealing what its presence means. In the Bible, a dove is linked to the Holy Spirit.
Eventually, the singer falls in the water and is in a battle to swim up to the surface as light surrounds her.
Lavigne has been battling Lyme disease since 2014, and the new song and video is a depiction of how difficult that fight has been.
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Source: Christian Post