Waiting On a Miracle Lyrics – Stephanie Beatriz

Waiting on a Miracle

Don’t be upset or mad at all
Don’t feel regret or sad at all
Hey, I’m still a part of the family Madrigal
And I’m fine, I am totally fine
I will stand on the side as you shine
I’m not fine, I’m not fine

I can’t move the mountains
I can’t make the flowers bloom
I can’t take another night up in my room
Waiting on a miracle

I can’t heal what’s broken
Can’t control the morning rain or a hurricane
Can’t keep down the unspoken invisible pain
Always waiting on a miracle, a miracle

Always walking alone
Always wanting for more
Like I’m still at that door longing to shine
Like all of you shine

All I need is a change
All I need is a chance
All I know is I can’t stay on the side
Open your eyes, open your eyes, open your eyes

I would move the mountains
Make new trees and flowers grow
Someone please just let me know, where do I go?
I am waiting on a miracle, a miracle

I would heal what’s broken
Show this family something new
Who I am inside, so what can I do?
I’m sick of waiting on a miracle, so here I go

I am ready, come on, I’m ready
I’ve been patient, and steadfast, and steady
Bless me now as you blessed us all those years ago
When you gave us a miracle

Am I too late for a miracle?

About Stephanie Beatriz

As ‘Detective Rosa Diaz’ in the American police procedural comedy TV series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Stephanie Beatriz is an Argentine-American actress. As a college student, she started performing on stage and later moved to New York City where she pursued her acting career. She made her film debut in the 2013 drama Short Term 12 after making her screen debut in 2009 in Kyra Sedgwick’s ‘The Closer’. The long-running sitcom ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ cast her as the smart, tough, and aloof detective ‘Rosa Diaz’ after she played a series of guest roles. As a result of the show, Stephanie established herself in the American TV industry as a major critical and commercial success. In addition to playing important roles in films such as ‘The Light of the Moon,’ Stephanie Beatriz has also received critical acclaim for her performances.

Stephanie Beatriz grew up watching her parents struggle to make ends meet as a child. Acting was no different for her in her early years. Despite having already made her debut as an actress, she hadn’t become famous until she landed the role of Rosa in the series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”


Her 20s were spent working in theatre. She played ‘Juliet’ in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with ‘TourTheatreWorksUSA’. She also played ‘Isabela’ in ‘Measure for Measure,’ ‘Bianca’ in ‘Othello,’ and ‘Lady Rosaline’ in ‘Love’s Labor’s Lost’ at ‘Oregon Shakespeare Festival’. She also played the eponymous character of ‘Lydia’ at ‘Mark Taper Forum’ and ‘Yale Repertory Theatre.’

Her first television appearance was in 2009 on TNT’s police procedural drama ‘The Closer’ in the episode titled ‘The Life.’ For ABC’s mockumentary family sitcom ‘Modern Family,’ she was cast as ‘Sonia Ramirez,’ the sister of ‘Gloria Pritchett,’ played by Sofía Vergara.

Her film debut was in ‘Short Term 12’ (2013), in which she co-starred with Academy award-winning actress Brie Larson. She appeared in NBC’s crime drama ‘Southland,’ Disney Channel’s sitcom ‘Jessie,’ and HBO’s comedy series ‘Hello Ladies.’

A single-camera comedy produced by Fox in Los Angeles, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, cast Beatriz as Rosa Diaz. Based on the true story of NYPD detective Jake Peralta, played by Andy Samberg, and his colleagues at Brooklyn’s 99th Precinct, the series follows their ups and downs.

She portrays Rosa, a loyal and effective squad member with anger management issues. Beatriz’s performance was deemed “a standout even in a cast filled with very funny people” by Alison Willmore of Indiewire. The show has won multiple awards, including a Creative Arts Emmy and a Golden Globe.

During her time on ‘You’re Not You’, she worked with another ‘Oscar’ winner Hilary Swank. The adventure comedy ‘Pee-wee’s Big Holiday’ (2016) featured Beatriz as a bank robber. As well as acting in ‘Closure,’ which she also produced, she voiced ‘Gertie’ in the fifth installment of the ‘Ice Age’ film series.

Additionally, she served as executive producer of ‘The Light of the Moon’ besides playing the main character Bonnie. SXSW 2017 awarded it the ‘Audience Award’ for ‘Narrative Feature Competition’ at its premiere.

She voiced ‘Elizabeth’ in the 2016 animated web series ‘WIZARD’ and ‘Sheriff Luke/Captain Banjo’ in the 2017 series ‘Danger & Eggs.’ She also appeared as ‘Elena’ in the TV movie ‘The New V.I.P.’s’. She also starred in Heather Graham’s comedy film ‘Half Magic’ in 2018.

In 2019, she voiced the role of ‘General Sweet Mayhem’ in the adventure comedy film ‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ of Avalor.

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