Michael McFatridge

Michael McFatridge

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Lyrics

Road to Redemption

There?s always tomorrow
Complacency says so to me
I take you for granted
And everything you do for me
But I?m grateful, I?m thankful
For your unending grace
I love you, I love you
That?s all there is to say

I?m pickin? up the pieces
Through your love so deep and so wide
Here on the road to redemption
I feel your work inside

What if I stumble
It should?ve been asked long ago
No matter what I do
Oh, I need for you to know
That I struggle, I battle
With what nobody sees
That?s why your sweet patience
Means everything to me

I?m pickin? up the pieces
Through your love so deep and so wide
Here on the road to redemption
I feel your work inside

On this Journey, Sometimes I feel, I?m walkin? alone
Though I falter you?re with me still, And we?re movin? on

I?m pickin? up the pieces
Through your love so deep and so wide
Here on the road to redemption
I feel your work inside
Show me the way,
Here on the Road to Redemption

I love you, I love you
That?s all there is to say

Song Length
3:07
Genres
Pop - Religious, R & B - Soul
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cool, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Determination, Hope

Similar Artists
Billy Joel, Harry Connick Jr.
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael McFatridge
Music Credits Michael McFatridge
Producer Credits Jeff E. Ward