Katheryn Foley

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I Am Me


I gotta know where to go,
I gotta know when I run that I can fall to you,
Life is hard when your gone,
But I gotta keep moving on
To the place in my dreams when I am me,

No more wishing on a star because I know your not that far,
Someday we will be together and this time it is forever,
I'm just hoping that that day will come soon.

Because I gotta know where to go,
I gotta know when I run that I can fall to you,
Life is hard when your gone but I gotta keep moving on,
To the place in my dreams when I am me,

Jumping in an ocean,
Riding on a cloud,
melting like the sunset over that water,
I know that your never far,
I wanna be where you are,
Can't you just show me the way,
Every night and everyday.

I gotta know where to go,
I gotta know when I run that I can fall to you.
Run to you,

I gotta know where to go,
I gotta know when I run that I can fall to you,
Life is hard when your gone but I gotta keep moving on,
To the place in my dreams when I am me.

Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012

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