Highway 59:  Written by J. Klein (Justin Michael Kleinhoffer) 


Highway south 59, south bound road, early morning

Ooh Ya Ya

Ooh Ya Ya

Darkness I’m tired, saw the sun, as it began to rose

Ooh Ya Ya

Ooh Ya Ya

What fuels my, my running is it you, or deep inside

Take a guess

nobody knows

Ooh Ya Ya

Ooh Ya Ya


What fuels my running is it you, how can it be

Hard time still a coming baby girl won’t you get up on your feet

I need me some sugar and your taste is what I seek

Hard times still a comin break me off a piece that’s sweet


You did you wrote me don’t come around here no more

Ooh Ya Ya

Ooh Ya Ya

They can can see there’s something wrong

Ooh Ya Ya

Ooh Ya Ya

Deep inside and I think I love you the most

    









Path Thru The Low Tide

Lyrics: 


Hand of Love :  Written by J. Klein (Justin Michael Kleinhoffer)


If you touch the hand of love,

You may feel the slap of pain

Let me warn you

Give grace to God above,

That you may worship the one

Who lies beside you


You can jump through hoops of fire,

Climb mountains in desire

But here that won’t do

You can break your back your bone,

Change your ways renew your soul

Just to earn I love you

God I love


Is it better to love than to not love at all

Lord how am I to know

Is it better to hurt than feel nothing at all

To stand up and fight

Or brace for the fall I said now god I’m fallin

You can walk a thousand miles

Tight rope a crooked wire

Just to play a fool

Stand barefoot on the fire

Hear the angels choir

Singing hallelujah

Hallelujah

Hallelujah

Hallelujah burning through ya

Hallelujah burning through ya

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Call To Arms: Written by J. Klein (Justin Michael Kleinhoffer)

Men take leave your watch is over, turn eye from the dark

Gather your bones, loosen your armor, tend your feet for a march

We ride come the morning, may moon shine out before you

Keep clear eyes straight of sight, focus mind towards horizon

Towards horizon, towards horizon

Towards horizon, towards horizon line

She walks a path of cobbled stone

White flakes of snow on her lashes

Shrouded and cloaked to hide from the cold

The wandering eyes and the questions

She stares east and ponders when

Time will bring paths to passin

Her love has gone far away

Over the seas and the badlands

He will bring her riches and gold

Protect the seed and the realm from unknown

Unknown, unknown, unknown

Soon he will gaze on her dark eyes

They’ll lay in each other’s arms

He’ll sing her a song of the heavens

The mountains, the valleys, the stars

Soon he will gaze on her dark eyes

They’ll lay in each other’s arms

He’ll sing her a song of the heavens

The mountains, the valleys, the stars


Part Of Me:  Written by J. Klein (Justin Michael Kleinhoffer)


Come on pretty baby dance with your daddy on a river on a Saturday night

I’ll bring the whiskey mix it with water and will both wash it down with wine

And I’ll carry you home, if you can’t

can’t stand alone

There comes a time when lovers will be lovers

and their fire burns through the night

Then comes a time when lovers become others through the bicker

and the quarrel and the fight

I tried to argue right and wrong instead of kneeling down at your throne


I can see that you’ve been a part of me

Even after all the time that’s past us

And it’s hard to be free when your face is all I see

Chained to your eyes there my masters


And the feeling I get when I see you again

Even for the briefest of seconds

Is enough to fill my cup of love

Deeper than the river we used to dance in


There come a time I walk on the water and all I think of you

Wishin for the time when we were still together

and the hearts where the happy and the true

I’d give anything for you

Forsake this earth the sun and moon

You’ll find someone who’ll treat you better than the way I treated you

Your sky will lift and clouds will open and turn that grey into blue

I hope that your love is undying and I’ll sit and try to keep from crying


I can see that you’ve been a part of me

Even after all the time that’s past us

And it’s hard to be free when your face is all I see

Chained to your eyes there my masters


And the feeling I get when I see you again

Even for the briefest of seconds

Is enough to fill my cup of love

Deeper than the river we used to dance in