"My Song" as written by Wayne Wilkins, Gandalf Muschamp-roudette and Joshua Thompson....
I said to the taxi driver
"Just get me anywhere away from here
'Cause until I'm in a different time zone
I'll still be too near"
He said: "We could go
For as far as you'll pay for
But I'ma tell you this for free
If you're searching for salvation
You won't find it with me"

This is a song
For anyone the world came crushing down on
This is a song
If you suffer in silence and still stay strong
This is a song
If you don't wanna deal with real life no more
This is a song
You can take it any way you want to
It may not be much
But it's my song

I said:
"We need to stop the car, pull over
'Cause I really need to get some air"
We pulled up in the middle of nowhere
Taxi driver turned around and said:
"Young lady, it sounds like you need Jesus"
I said: "Well he's welcome to help us out
And I know he made a blind man see but
Can he do it the other way round?"


And it's just a song
And I know it really won't change nothing at all
How weakly heroes fall
And it's all my fault
'Cause my head was somewhere else
Now I blame it on myself
Could have been there, should of helped

[Chorus x2]

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"My Song" as written by Mark Stevens Mark Cyrus

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