I Was A Stranger
I was traveling in a strange land
Knowing not how I came to be,
Watched others and did as they did
Searching for the home-land of me.
I followed the exciting beat,
The jungled thought and earthly clan,
My feet were wet from marshy soil
And I was lost in this strange land.
Weary, soiled, lost and confused
I paused to ask help one day
And saw this beautiful river
And suddenly knew my way.
Freely flows the living waters;
I shall never be lost any more
So green the grass beneath my feet
I love to walk this wondrous shore.
Angel, at the bend, stand aside
For I have treasures to bring,
You shall take prey from the jungle,
I have a pass to meet my king.