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Ellis Hall and Jud Friedman
So many years, so confused
Wondering where I'm goin' to
Roads with no signs
Dreams left behind
Nothing made sense without you
Now that you're here, I understand
Now it's clear who I am
It's like coming home
Achild, but full grown
The whole world familiar yet new
Chorus:
I have been searching for such a long long time
I have been missing something in my life
Lord I was lost, 'til you pulled me through
I found myself, I found myself in you
Never belonged, or wanted to
But now I belong forever to you
You've made me see, all I can be
You put your faith in me
Repeat Chorus
Shown me
You know me
Better than I
Have been searching for such a long long time
I have been missing something in my life
Lord I was lost, 'til you pulled me through yeah
I found myself
I found myself in you
I found myself in you
I found myself in you



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