"I Will Always Find My Way to You" as written by and John Moffat....
If I were a sailor, Lost upon the tide
Sailing round in circles, Half an ocean wide
My heart would be my compass
It would guide me through
I will always find my way to you.

If I were a soldier, In some far distant land
Your face and my memory, Rifle in my hand
I would not fear the bullets, No matter how they flew
I will always find my way to you.

Like a lighthouse on the darkest night
Your love will always shine
And though I may have lost my way
That beacon, I will find.

If I were flier in another time and place
Floating lost and helpless
In the endless bounds of space
I do know more than speak your name
And hope would rise you
I will always find my way to you.

I will always find my way to you


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"I Will Always Find My Way to You" as written by John Edward Moffat

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