"Up in Canada" as written by and Larry Norman....
When I was up in Canada, I didn't have much money
My shoes had holes and my feet were cold,
My nose was kinda runny. (it wasn't funny)
I met a longhair on the street,
He said, "Look, you look like you'd like to eat."
I said, "A glass of Coke and a hotdog's fine,"
He said, "Well, how 'bout some bread and a glass of wine?"

Lead me on, lead me on, lead me on,
Lead me on where you're going.
You know my body's tired by my heart's inspired,
My hunger's growing.
Lead me on, lead me on, lead me on,
Lead me on where you're going.
You know my body's tired by my heart's inspired,
My hunger's growing.

He took a loaf of Wonder bread, and then he bowed his head,
And then he filled my cup, "Drink it up," he said.
It tasted better than the health food blend.
He looked straight into my eyes - I was quite surprised!
He said, "You're locked inside but I can set you free,
And you will live forever if you follow me."

Lead me on, lead me on, lead me on,
Lead me on where you're going.
You know my body's tired by my heart's inspired,
My hunger's growing.
Lead me on, lead me on, lead me on,
Lead me on where you're going.
You know my body's tired by my heart's inspired,
My hunger's growing.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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