When I Get Where Im Going by Cheryl RobinsonFrom the bestselling author, an inspirational novel about three sisters who rediscover each other-and themselves...
After thirteen years in Hollywood, Alicia Day is giving up her dream of stardom and heading home to Detroit-and back to her roots.
Hope Teesdale is desperately seeking the truth about her husbands death when she hears from her long-lost half-sister Alicia. Suddenly her idea of family is put into question.
Heaven Jetter hasnt spoken to her sister Hope in years. Her spirit is being held captive by an abusive boyfriend. Her only comfort comes from admiring a mysterious man from afar on the streets of Detroit.
As the sisters reunite, theyre determined to help one another find their silver linings. And realize that they never have to go it alone again...
Marshall Hall - When I get where I'm going
When I get where I'm going On the far side of the sky The first thing that I'm gonna do Is spread my wings and fly I'm gonna land beside a lion And run my fingers through his mane Or I might find out what it's like To ride a drop of rain. Yeah when I get where I'm going There'll be only happy tears I will shed the sins and struggles I have carried all these years And I'll leave my heart wide open I will love and have no fear Yeah when I get where I'm going Don't cry for me down here.
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Dolly Parton. Same as the original tempo: 86 BPM. In the same key as the original: C. This song ends without fade out. Duration: - Preview at:
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It was released in October as second single from his album Time Well Wasted and is his 14th career single not counting album cuts. The song features harmony vocals from Dolly Parton. The song was Parton's 25th Billboard No. The video of this song was directed by Jim Shea, and features footage of Paisley singing in a forest, as well as home movies of himself with his grandfather, Warren L. He also holds up photos of himself with Jarvis and his aunt Rita Takach. The video was filmed in Northern California. The extended version of the video ends with Jarvis in a home movie saying "Come on in and rock a while!