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I've wandered far away from God now I'm coming home
The path of sin too long I've trod Lord I'm coming home
Coming home coming home never more to roam
Open wide Thine arms of love Lord I'm coming home
[ guitar ]
I've wasted many precious years now I'm coming home
I now repent with bitter tears Lord I'm coming home
Coming home coming home...



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    dixieannieApr 30, 2011 at 6:56 pm
    My Lord Jesus Christ,
    I love you more then I love my on Life
    For you are the only person that ever lived on this earth,
    An Gave your Life for ME
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    dixieannieApr 30, 2011 at 6:43 pm
    It means Repent , all the years of your sinful life will Not get you in to Heaven, Repent from the depts of your Heart and Soul, then you will know you have a chance of going home.

    When my time here on earth is done ,I will say to my Lord,
    Lord, I'm Coming Home for I know I Am a Child of God + Amen

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