"The Great Divorce" as written by and Brittni Nichole Stewart....
I've seen visions through a portal
So wondrously foreign to this here mortal
But what my eyes have barely seen is strangely home
Strangely gratifying, it's satisfying me

I close my eyes in these four walls
Everything's right but it will all fall apart some day
I will fall apart someday

What if I found the fountain of youth?
Would I ever really put it to good use
Would I choose to stay, in this crazy place
Or would I choose to finish the race?

Cuz I'm going home, home, home, home

I once had a magical dream
You were jumping on the bed with me
Oh I dream to fly, I dream to fly away

You carved my name on your tree
Now it's growing forever in eternity
Please welcome me, please welcome me

Cuz I've been treading these old roads
Trying to find the safest place for my soul to truly rest
I'm not there yet

But one day, I'm going home

So we lead separate lives
That's only true if you've bought the lies
You don't want me anymore
Call me into yours
Heal this great divorce

So my home is where your heart is
The last notes still to be sung by this great artist
This great duet, I'm not finished yet


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"The Great Divorce" as written by Brittni Nichole Stewart

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