"It Comes Back to You" as written by and Nicolas R./morgan Gonzales....
Here's to the man who's down and struggling
You can hold your head up high
And to the woman who finds herself wondering
Is love gonna stay or pass me by?

And here's to the honest politician, yeah
Who wonders if the truth will set him free
You better use that God given intuition
And be the man God's called you to be

No, it ain't easy as it seems
But if you believe

If you plant a seed and give it time to grow
Help someone in need 'cause you'll never know
Through the words you say and everything you do
Give your love away, it comes back to you

Here's to the reverend at the rescue mission
Who doesn't judge a man by the way things seem
And to the folks in every soup kitchen
Serving meals and healing broken dreams

And no, it ain't easy as it seems
But if you believe

If you plant a seed and give it time to grow
Help someone in need 'cause you'll never know
Through the words you say and everything you do
Give your love away, it comes back to you

It's simple as one, two, three
Better to give than receive
Just like you learned your a, be, see
It's a lesson for you and me

It's simple as one, two, three
Better to give than receive
Just like you learned your a, be, see
It's a lesson for you and me

No, it ain't easy as it seems
But if you believe

And if you plant a seed and give it time to grow
Help someone in need 'cause you'll never know
In the words you say and everything you do
Give your love away, it comes back to you

If you plant a seed and give it time to grow
And help someone in need 'cause you'll never know
In the words you say and everything you do
Give your love away, it comes back to you


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"It Comes Back to You" as written by Cindy Lavonne Morgan Cindy Morgan

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