"Wander This World" as written by Bruce B. Mccabe and Paul Diethelm....
The tar in the streets starts to melt from the heat
And the sweat's runnin' down on my hair
I walked twenty miles, and I'm draggin' my feet
I'll walk twenty more, I don't care
I wander this world

Wander this world
Wander this world, I wander this world all alone
Well I'm like a ghost some people can see
Others just drive by and stare

A shadow that drifts on the side of the road
And it's like I'm not even there
I wander this world, wander this world
Said I wander this world

Wander this world all alone
Well I've never been a part of the game
The life that I live is my own
All that I know is that I was born

To wander this world all alone, all alone
Yeah...
Some people hop on with their lives all laid out
And all of their success is assured

Some people work hard all their lives for nothin'
They take it, and they don't say a word
Don't say a word
Sometimes its like I don't even exist

Even God has lost track of my soul
So why on earth would he leave me out here like this
To wander this world all alone
And I wander this world

I wander this world
Wander this world
Wander this world all alone
And I wander this world

Wander this world [Repeat: x 3]

All alone [Repeat: x 4]


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"Wander This World" as written by Paul Diethelm Bruce B. Mccabe

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