AMY GRANT


Every Road Lyrics

There you go makin' mountains out of such a little hill
Here I go mixin' mortar for another wall to build
There's a struggle in this life we lead it's partly you it's partly me

But every road that's traveled teaches something new
And every road that's narrow pushes us to choose
And I'd be lyin' if I said, "I had not tried to leave a time or two"
But every road that leads me, leads me back to you

Here we stand in the middle of what we've come to know
It's a dance, it's a balance, holding on and letting go
But there is nothing that we can't resolve
When love's at stake, when love's involved

'Cause every road that's traveled teaches something new
And every road that's narrow pushes us to choose
And I'd be lyin' if I said, "I had not tried to leave a time or two"
But every road that leads me, leads me back to you

Every road that's traveled teaches something new
And every road that's narrow pushes us to choose
And I'd be lyin' if I said, "I had not tried to leave a time or two"
(Time or two)
And every road that leads me, leads me back to you

Every road that leads me, leads me back to you
Every road leads more, leading me back to you
Leading me back to you

Turururu ruru
Turururu turururu turururu ruru
Turururu turururu turururu ruru

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Songwriter(s): Wayne Kirkpatrick
Copyright: Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp., Sell The Cow Music
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