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On The Road To Sedona - Song

On The Road To Sedona 

Original song written and performed by Victoria Oldham
(song copyrighted 2017, all rights reserved)

Victoria

[CHORUS]
On the road to Sedona
In my heart, the only way I know
On the road to Sedona
Following my hopes and dreams I go

[VERSE 1]
For so long, I felt uncertain
Imagining that everywhere’s the same
I was chained to my vocation
Lost in life, with no one else to blame

[VERSE 2]
Traveling ‘cross Northern Arizona
first time in this magic red rock place
captivated by my first  impression
one my thoughts never could erase

[CHORUS REPEAT]

[VERSE 3]
Going down the canyon I’m reflecting,
on people in my life and where I’ve been
I finally see the light and hear the calling
and my inspiration once again

[VERSE 4]
Aspiring as a poet or a painter
Discouraged in the past I never tried
Following my dream in desperation ,
now I know my passion never died

[CHORUS REPEAT]

[VERSE 5]
I’m not young, but I’m ready
I can be whoever I will be
and so I make this promise and commitment
as I reach my final destiny

[VERSE 6]

And as I cross the Gateway To Sedona
The past is gone and fortune waits for me
Red rock spires rising up to greet me
There’s no other place for me

[CHORUS 2]
On the road to Sedona
In my heart, the only way I see
On the road to Sedona
Sedona is the only home for me

Sedona is home sweet home to me

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Trumptopus, painting by artist Nadia Rawle entered at the Gateway To Sedona Artist Competition.

The Gateway To Sedona Artist Competition, Sedona Art Prize, Promotes Freedom of Expression Through "Make Art Not War"

The Gateway To Sedona team recently established the trademark for the catch phrase "Make Art Not War" which will now be used as a brand-following statement in its effort to promote artists in diverse places around the world. Our mission includes assisting people who have no access to art supplies or art education so that they can use their artistic talents as a path out of poverty.

 Make Art Not War, taken to the next level, represents art as a form of freedom of speech. Creative works are capable of making statements that are understood by all, and cross cultural and political boundaries to express an idea whose ultimate goal is to promote peace. 

Sometimes this takes the form of protest.

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