Just Passing Through

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JUST PASSING THROUGH

I’m just passing through,
a Pilgrim in a Land of Storms.
I follow a distant light,
headed home to a distant shore.

I hold no possessions
that in time may hold me, back.
I hold no love in life
that might keep me from the Path.

Chorus:
If you were me or I were you,
I’d contemplate this notion,
we’re all Just Passing Through.

Some folks travelin’ in the dark,
tryin’ hard just to read the map.
But there’s a burnin’ lamp for my feet
and a clear light on my path.

The Road-Less-Traveled
is the one that’s traveled best.
The Wise Men say, as the Road unfolds,
the Pilgrim finds his rest.


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