It’s gonna be alright,
It’s gonna hurt tonight,
It’s so sad but I ain’t complaining.
I’m gonna wipe them tears from my face,
For now there’s just hope remaining.
And if the wheels come off from this train I’ll get up,
Maybe meet a girl, just ride around the world,
Glancing out the window,
I’ll be satisfied.

There’ll be changes made
And mistakes to come,
And a river of emotion for your love.
I’ll survive the pain
And simply move on,
Waking up the heaven’s up above.
All the silent echoes and the misty days,
Dreaming of the ribbons in your hair,
As I reach out of repair,
I’ll be satisfied.

So I pack up my bags,
I’m ready to go
And follow the light.
I’ve led a dirt beaten track,
There’s no looking back,
I’ll be satisfied.
I’ll be satisfied.

It’s been a while since the verses
Turned into grey,
As colorful magnolias
They blossomed elsewhere,
What is left is an ocean
Of the darkest blue,
Where life grows between the distance
Of me and you.
There’s a place in our hearts
For protecting so,

What we treasure the most,
What is in us all,
I vaguely seem to recall,
I’d be satisfied.

So I pack up my bags,
I’m ready to go
And follow the light.
I’ve led a dirt beaten track,
There’s no looking back,
I’ll be satisfied.
I’ll be satisfied.


And when the rain beats down
As the longing inside,
Grows deeper and deeper
But you don’t want to cry.
There’s a place in our hearts,
For rendering so,
While the pain turns into something
Beautiful.
And if it never works out
Quite like you preached,
There’s a hidden path awaiting, blowing in the wind,
If I search,
Well within,
I’ll be satisfied.

So I pack up my bags,
I’m ready to go
And follow the light.
Or I’ve led a dirt beaten track,
There’s no looking back,
I’ll be satisfied.
I’ll be satisfied.