My Way, Soon

Album: The Battle At Garden's Gate (2020)
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  • I've seen many people
    There are so many people
    Some are much younger people
    And some are so old

    I've seen many places
    There are so many places
    And where are the people going
    Will they choose the road?

    I've packed my bags and I've got my freedom
    I've sacked the rules so I don't have to heed them
    I'll bet on a chance if I've just got one
    I'll throw out the plans and live with no burden

    I have but a lifetime
    Seems so long but it flies by
    And in the moments passing
    I'll bear no load

    I have yet to wander
    Many miles far yonder
    And with so much left to ponder
    I choose the road

    I've packed my bags and I've got my freedom
    I've sacked the rules so I don't have to heed them
    I'll bet on a chance if I've just got one
    I'll throw out the plans and live with no burden

    I've packed my bags and I have my freedom
    I've sacked the rules so I don't have to heed them
    I'll bet on a chance if I've just got one
    I'll throw out the plans, live with no burden
    Whoa, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Writer/s: Daniel Robert Wagner, Jacob Thomas Kiszka, Joshua Michael Kiszka, Samuel Francis Kiszka
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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