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COMING HOME

I said good-bye to my old life
Followed my heart more than a thousand miles I’ve lived the joy, I’ve known the pain
I’ve felt the hand of God out on that frozen plain I walk today on blistered feet
But now the echo of these canyon walls
makes me wanna sing

Chorus
I’ve never seen beautiful like a journey’s end
When nameless faces become my best friend
I’ve never seen wonderful like walking on
Into this mountain fortress that God made of stone I’ve never seen troubles rolling underneath the wheels Like coming home

I prayed so hard my faith would last
Buried my baby boy beneath the prairie grass
We all had nights we’d lie awake
Afraid we wouldn’t ever be ones who’d have the chance to say

Repeat chorus

I thank my God on aching knees I raise my hands and he hears me

I’ve never seen beautiful like a journey’s end
When nameless faces become my best friend
I’ve never seen wonderful like walking on
Into the mountain fortress that God made of stone I’ve never seen troubles rolling underneath the wheels I’ve never seen, oh, anything that feels
Like coming home

words and music by Brad Hull, Matt Lopez and Jason Deere

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