Revisiting Our Roots Facing Our Future

Who will be my guide ? I need some kind of star to lead me somewhere far To find a higher dream in the greater scheme of things . a The road before me bends , I don't know what I'll find . Will I meet a friend or ghosts I left behind ?

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