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Come Back To Me Recorded by Jamie Daily and Darren Vincent Written by Jimmy Fortune
G D7 Em C G C I was once a wayward child thought I had all the answers G D7 Em C D7 A foolish heart and foolish dreams the world was my master G D7 Em C G I found myself a broken man in need of love and compassion C D7 G Then the words of my Father came back to me
D7 Em C G Come back to Me my child for My arms are open wide D7 Em C Come back to Me and rest in My love Em D7 Em C G I'll never turn away no matter how lost you may be C D7 G You can always come back to Me
D7 Em C G C As I made my way back home I couldn't help but wonder G D7 Em C D7 Would He even know my name will He still keep His promise G D7 Em C G Ashamed of everything I've done who could ever forgive me C D7 G Then the words of my Father came back to me
D7 Em D7 Then I stood on that hill I looked at my home G C Tears filled my eyes and I felt so alone Em D7 Then I saw my Father come a-running to me G C His arms stretched out I fell on my knees G C Oh I fell on my knees Am G A7 D7 G He said I love you son I'm so glad you've come
D7 Em C G Back to Me my child for My arms are open wide D7 Em C Come back to Me and rest in My love Em D7 Em C G I'll never turn away no matter how lost you may be C D7 G You can always come back to Me
C Am D7 Oh you can always you can always C G D7 G Come back to Me
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