"Right on Time" as written by Sharon Vaughn and Alan Gordon Anderson....
It's not my nature to be patient
I jump every river I cross
Not one for following the sensible side
And I can't count the times I've been lost.

Well, you can't see where you're goin' in the pourin' rain
When you're runnin' into walls and feeling no pain
We've all done time with the devil and I've done mine
It took a while to get here but, I'm right on time.

I may still regret some moments
But it's just part of a right
I count myself among the fortunate ones
Who made it to the other side.

Well, you go what you go through to get where you are
Lucky for me I didn't go too far
I turned around before the end of the line
Took a while to get here but, I'm right on time.

Well, you can't see where you're goin' in the pourin' rain
When you're runnin' into walls and feeling no pain
We've all done time with the devil and I've done mine
It took a while to get here but, I'm right on time.

It took a while to get here but, I'm right on time


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"Right on Time" as written by Anders Hansson Sharon Vaughn

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