Somewhere Down the Road

Album: Somewhere Down The Road (2010)
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  • So much pain and no good reason why
    You've cried until the tears run dry
    And nothing here can make you understand
    The one thing that you held so dear
    Is slipping from your hands
    And you say

    Why, why, why
    Does it go this way
    Why, why, why
    And all I can say is

    [Chorus]
    Somewhere down the road
    There'll be answers to the questions
    Somewhere down the road
    Though we cannot see it now
    Somewhere down the road
    You will find mighty arms reaching for you
    And they will hold the answers at the end of the road

    Yesterday I thought I'd seen it all
    I thought I'd climbed the highest wall
    Now I see the learning never ends
    And all I know to do is keep on walking
    Walking 'round the bend, saying

    Why, why, why
    Does it go this way
    And why, why, why
    And all I can say is

    [Chorus]

    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
    Oh, keep on walkin' now
    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

    Why, why, why
    Does it go this way
    And why, why, why
    And all I can say is
    All I know to say now

    [Chorus]

    Oh, they will hold the answers at the end of the road
    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
    Oh, keep on walkin' now
    Ooh
    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
    Ooh walkin' down the road
    Walkin' down the road
    Somewhere down this lonely road
    Can't see it now
    Down the lonely road
    Somewhere down the lonely road Writer/s: AMY GRANT, WAYNE KIRKPATRICK
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
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