I want to know the meaning of these lines as a whole

Don't worry, even if everything dies around you and it looks like the odds are stacked against you, I will always be with you

And are the sentence structure and grammar correct?

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    Please, be more specific and identify what exactly in this sentence you don't understand. – Michael Rybkin Jan 26 '18 at 9:48
  • Also, tell us where you found this sentence. Here's why. – J.R. Jan 26 '18 at 22:32

The meaning of the whole sentence is the last part of it, for it indicates that against all odds that person will always be by your side.

Concerning grammar, I have nothing to correct in these lines. Maybe a dot at the end of the sentence would make it more appealing to a purist, but I am none of them.

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