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Sometimes I wish I could run
Home to mama's lovin' arms
In the springtime when the weather's fine

Sittin' with her on the porch
Glass of tea and nothin' more
Than her smile, for just a little while

When I don't know where to go
I think of home and how she used to sing to me
She sang

‘Que Sera, Sera’ life goes on
Whatever's meant to be will always be
And baby, what don't kill you will make you strong
Just love the journey that you’re on
In all you do, I'll pray for you

Wild horses and fairy tales
Sometimes turn into somethin' else
That you never saw comin' at you at all

So I guess I'm callin' just because
He wasn’t who I thought he was
And I can't believe he stopped lovin' me

So when I'm feelin' all alone
I think of home and how you used to sing to me

‘Que Sera, Sera’ life goes on
Whatever's meant to be will always be
And baby, what don't kill you will make you strong
Just love the journey that you’re on
In all you do, I'll pray for you

I got babies of my own
And I'm the one they're countin' on
To be here for every little tear, and I'll sing

‘Que Sera, Sera’ life goes on
Whatever's meant to be will always be
And baby, what don't kill you will make you strong
Just love the journey that you’re on
In all you do, I'll pray for you
In all you do, I'll pray for you



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