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The Dream Will Come True
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It's about freeing ourselves from the "self-made prison" we sometimes find ourselves in, and it's also about the fulfillment of our collective liberation from the forces of greed and self-interest.
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J.J. Jeffers
Jeffers and TTAP
Just Wait and See
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Country : Country General
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THE DREAM WILL COME TRUE

The feeling in my heart, it shows me the way,
To be free to do all I can do.
So I follow the way of my heart today,
And I know that the dream will come true.

I can make one of my two minds.
I can cast out doubt and dwell on faith.
I can leave that critic and that accuser behind.
Follow the way of a child at play.

So I don’t stay in a self-made prison.
I take courage and dare to make a change (if only in my mind).
Cause we can all find our own place in the sun,
Even if it’s not home, home on the range.

Sometimes I find my way by no choice of my own.
Some things turn out right that I once thought wrong.
And the bonds of desire for approval were blown,
By the truth that I found in this song.

My accusers have said I have failed them.
They have said I have feet of clay.
But I could not live my life to please only them.
I have my own dues to pay.

So I don’t stay in a self-made prison.
I take courage and dare to make a change (if only in my mind).
We can all find our own place in the sun,
Even if it’s not home, home on the range.

So don’t stay in a self-made prison.
Take courage and dare to make a change (if only in your mind).
We can all find our own place in the sun,
Even if it’s not home, home on the range.


Copyright © 2009 - 2014 Jeffers and TTAP
(Revised slightly from the original written in 1983.)
Written and recorded by Jeffers