Where Her Heart Has Always Been

Album: Where Have You Gone (2021)
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  • The morning light was soft and low
    The clouds had left an early snow
    A peaceful sound was calling low
    It's time to go

    Then God reached out his tender hand
    And gently pulled her home with him
    And brushed away the sorrow from
    Her soul within

    And I could hear the roses sing
    A bluebird softly claps its wings
    The sun seemed brighter than it's ever been

    And now she's dancing in the wind
    With her true love again
    Where her heart has always been
    Where her heart has always been

    And I could hear the roses sing
    A bluebird softly claps its wings
    The sun seemed brighter than it's ever been

    And now she's dancing in the wind
    With her true love again
    Where her heart has always been
    Where her heart has always been
    Where her heart has always been

    The morning light was soft and low
    The clouds had left an early snow

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