One Way to Heaven

Album: No Turning Back (2015)
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  • Everybody's searching for home
    Staring at a hole in the sky
    Poor man waiting on a break
    Rich man looking for a ticket to buy
    Something ties us together
    All colors of the same race
    Shadows of the same face
    Looking up

    Ain’t no doorway
    Or a stairway
    Ain’t no your way
    Ain’t no my way
    Ain’t no shortcut
    Or a highway to Heaven
    Ain’t no jet plane
    Ain’t no fast car
    Only one thing take you that far
    Only one name
    He's the one way to Heaven
    One way to Heaven
    One way to Heaven

    Straight and narrow is the road
    That lays out before us
    It's easy to lose our direction
    Let love be the compass
    Temptations are many
    And the pitfalls are countless
    There's only one way
    He is the way

    Only one way
    Only one way
    Only one way to Heaven
    Only one way
    Only one way
    Only one way to Heaven

    Only one way
    Only one way
    Only one way
    Ain’t no doorway
    Only one way
    Ain’t no your way
    Only one way
    Ain’t no short cut
    Only one way
    One way to Heaven
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