find me in heaven
by SAYSO ©️ 2018




I left my town starved of creation
I packed my dreams on the back of a truck
I set my heart on a new destination
This old hometown is dead out of luck

My life has been so complicated
Seen through some eyes a lost search for love
But seen through mine it’s not complicated
It’s just that I have not loved enough

If you find me in heaven I’ll be on one knee
Spent a lifetime loving you so hopelessly
If I’m halfway to heaven I’ll be on both knees
So please find me in heaven that is all I need

Better buckle up for my next great adventure
It’ll set me free and make me feel real good
I don’t need no old friends or family
I’ll find new one’s in my brand new β€˜hood

My life has been so complicated
Seen through some eyes a lost search for love
But seen through mine it’s not complicated
It’s just that I have not loved enough

If you find me in heaven I’ll be on one knee
Spent a lifetime loving you so hopelessly
If I’m halfway to heaven I’ll be on both knees
So please find me in heaven that is all I need

My new hometown blooms fresh like a flower
Its grass is green and it smell so new
But I’ve only been here for an hour
And I’m already feelin’ some old town blue

My life has been so complicated
Seen through some eyes a lost search for love
But seen through mine it’s not complicated
It’s just that I have not loved enough

If you find me in heaven I’ll be on one knee
Spent a lifetime loving you so hopelessly
If I’m halfway to heaven I’ll be on both knees
So please find me in heaven that is all I need

If you find me in heaven I’ll be on one knee
Spent a lifetime loving you so hopelessly
If I’m halfway to heaven I’ll be on both knees
So please find me in heaven that is all I need

[Beat only]
If you find me in heaven I’ll be on one knee
Spent a lifetime loving you so hopelessly
If I’m halfway to heaven I’ll be on both knees
So please find me in heaven that is all I need



(chords + lyrics here soon)





sayso is an indie artist acknowledging the wurundjeri people and kulin nation as the rightful custodians of the land: always