"On My Way Home" as written by and Sarah Joyce....
Full of sorrow, I must've followed you here
Stood at the gates of Heaven, I watched you disappear
Now I hear you say
"It's time to walk away"
But how can I when I don't know my way home from here?

Out of nowhere, I'm on the side of the road
I must've cut my heart out
I must've sold my soul
As I turn my weary head toward the desert sky
As your last light faded from you
And I knew I was lost

I was on my way, on my way
On my way home
I was on my way, on my way
On my way home

When I was hiding from the storms, you heard me calling out
Where were you?
With every demon on the road, you had me crying out
Where were you?
You know I've searched the stars
I don't know where you are

Oh, on my way, on my way
On my way home
Oh, on my way, on my way
On my way home

When I wake up, I see a fire red sky
And I get my down on my knees and praise in disbelief
As this beauty lay before my eyes
And it feels so strong
And it feels so good

Oh, my God; oh, my God
I am yours
Oh, my God; oh, my God
I am yours


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"On My Way Home" as written by Sarah Joyce

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