"Somewhere West of Here" as written by and Dunford Thatcher-newsinger....
I know it's hard to get it out
Pick up the phone and put it down
You drink some wine and think about it
It's even hard to call a friend
You write a note that you won't send
With every thought you seem to doubt it
Feel all your hope is blown to dust and sorrow
You have no way to follow

[Chorus:]
Throw it all away
Take another day
Everything is okay
Now it's out of sight
Hold on in the night
Everything is all right
Somewhere west of here

I wish you trusted me sometimes
Thoughts are going 'round and 'round
There is a way and you will find it
If I can help, just call my name
I'll try to be there, ease your pain
If there's a mountain, we can climb it
Feel all your words are sounding hollow
You cannot find tomorrow

[Chorus]

You'll find peace somewhere west of here
When your hopes are gray like dust
You feel so helpless
When your dreams drift by like cloud
You seem to feel less
This wilderness will lead you west


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"Somewhere West of Here" as written by Dunford Thatcher-newsinger

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