"Peace (Where the Heart Is)" as written by James Merrill Brickman and Keith Follese....
On a city street somewhere,
Someone shoots a gun
In the midnight air.
And I don't know why.
Somebody lives, somebody dies;
Somebody wrongs and a mother cries.
And I don't know why.

Some things we'll never understand;
Other things you change if you can.

[Chorus]
Peace, you'll find it where the heart is,
And the heart is right where love lives,
And love can always find a way.
Hope is something that reminds us,
It's not too late to find us.
One day we may be in peace.

Haven't spoken in thirty years
After angry words and bitter tears.
And I don't know why.
Best of brothers and best of friends;
One mistake and their story ends.
And I don't know why.

Some things we'll never understand;
Other things you change if you can.

[Chorus]

It's all about forgiveness;
With God as my witness
I want to live to see peace.

[Chorus]


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"Peace (Where the Heart Is) [#][*]" as written by Jim Brickman Keith Follese

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