Communion lyrics song by Samson

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Muscles getting weaker
Outlook getting bleaker
Sun is setting in your eye

Winter's blown your hair grey
For many seasons now
As you speak your willpower is drained

Now we can start the long way home
Now we can start the long way home

Call upon the energy within you
Communion will come from all around

Magnify your tiny light
Spirit blessing in the night
Feel your power surge

Now we can start the long way home
Now we can start the long way home
Now we can start the long way home
Now we can start the long way home

Rest in peace tonight
If we find our way back there

Deaf and blind and weary;
Rest and sleep tonight
If we build a place of peace

So when we've made our last goodbye
Our final breath a contented sigh
Our children will be free

Rest in peace tonight
Find our way back there

Now we can start the long way home
Find our way back there
Now we can start the long way home
Find our way back there


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