"Long Road Home" as written by Sheryl Crow, Doyle Ii Bramhall and Justin Stanley....
Teach me the Golden Rule
Make me a lovesick fool
In the light of day
Let sorrow drift away
Crown of thorns has many jewels

Songs of glory sung in hate
Only destroy what love has made
And if the Kingdom comes
Don't wanna be the one
That is standing in the way

Sure as the wind blows
Sure as the rivers flow
We will meet again
On the long road home

They say they've seen His face
They say He's called their name
I have heard their lies
Heard the people's cries
Time has come, it's getting late

All the stories I have heard
Enlightened ones who walked the earth
They bring me sweet relief
Rid me of human grief
I am free from every hurt

Sure as the wind blows
Sure as the river flows
We will meet again
On the long road home

Doesn't matter if you're right or wrong
You hear Sylvester sing a simple song
What they've been saying for oh so long
'Cause love and happiness is what's going on

(Wind blows)
(Rivers flow)
We will meet again
On the long road home

Sure as the wind blows
Sure as the rivers flow
We will meet again
On the long road home

Sure as the wind blows
Sure as the rivers flow
We will meet again
On the long road home


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"Long Road Home" as written by Doyle Bramhall Ii Sheryl Suzanne Crow

Lyrics © Reservoir One Music, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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