"On My Own" as written by Mark Andrew Lockett and Andrew David Osenga....
I left the 99, the 99 to find the one, to find the one,
She's the one that's in my head.
You left the 99, the 99 to find the one, to find the one,
I'm the one who's left for dead.

"Now you're on your own, now you're on your own,
I let those tight leads go and you're on your own."
And I'm doing fine, now I've got the time...
But I can't remember my way home.

And can it be, can it be you'd come for me?
Lost and cold, while the dogs bite at my feet.
This isn't quite what I had in mind for me.
Looks like I made a choice I'll have ot keep.

"You think you're on your own, well you're not on your own,
I won't let you go out on your own."
I'm not doing fine, and if you've got the time
Can you help me remember my way home?

Me, it was me...
"No longer on your own, you're not on your own,
I won't let you go out on your own."
Now I'm doing fine, now I've got the time,
Cause you helped me remember my way home.


Lyrics submitted by jarsonic

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