Finding My Way Back

- Jaheim
Released: N/A Genres: R&B / Soul
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Lyric "Finding My Way Back"

"Finding My Way Back"

Lights out,
sucker punch, siked out.
Caught a love wave,
Rode it then I wiped out.
Two ships just passing in the night now,
Offshore, looking for a light house.
Reveal you said that it was painless,
Down and out drowning in a sea of my anguish
Funny, you always said hope floats.
Comprehended but I cant cope
So I

Gotta find my way back, way back to you baby.
Tryna find my way back , way back to you baby.
Gotta find my way back, way back to you, to us, to love.

Man down, my heart's in your hand now.
Hate to love, draw an X in the sand now.
No clue, no map, damn.
so I'm digging until I end up in japan now.

Reveal you said that it was painless,
Down and out drowning in a sea of my anguish
Funny, you always said hope floats.
Comprehended but I cant cope
So I

Gotta find my way back, way back to you baby.
Tryna find my way back , way back to you baby.
Gotta find my way back, way back, to you, to us, to love.

We go lost lines got crossed
and the light turned to static baby.
And your ship got caught up the current
and carried both of us away
We were so much better
When we were together
and just cant let you slip away.

Gotta find my way back, way back to you baby.
Tryna find my way back , way back to you baby.
Gotta find my way back, way back, to you, to us, to love.
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Jaheim

Jaheim

Jaheim Hoagland (born May 26, 1978) is an American R&B singer and former rapper, better known monomously as Jaheim. He was signed by Naughty by Nature's Kaygee to Divine Mill Records in 2000, and released his debut album Ghetto Love in 2001. His second effort, Still Ghetto (2002), contains the hit "Put That Woman First" (2003), both of which achieved platinum success. Jaheim's third album, Ghetto Classics, was released on February 14, 2006, debuting at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200, and selling over 153,000 copies in its first week.