Send Us on Your Way (graduation, wedding, end of service)

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I began writing "Send Us on Your Way" while attending the high school graduation of a nephew. The school is in Santa Fe, NM, which explains the reference to the name of this city in the chorus. Besides graduations, I was wondering if this song would work for weddings. It can also be a general purpose vocal solo or ensemble and some people have expressed interest in using the chorus at the end of worship services. Lyrics follow:


Words and music by Mary Rose Jensen

V. 1

Through the world’s confusion, we hear a hopeful sound:

Stories you have given tell peace and joy are found

In the One who rose again when death had had its day.

We can travel bravely for He has been this way.

Knowing You have loved us so, we come to You and pray:


Send us on Your way.

Show us how to walk in grace.

Keep us on the road of holy faith.

Send us on Your way.

V. 2

If the world were perfect, not damaged in the fall,

If our hearts were holy, not selfish, hard and small,

We would see You constantly, not just through eyes of faith.

We would love you fully, not struggle to obey.

Knowing life is as it is, we come to You and pray:



In how we live, may we acknowledge You,

Loving Your law, seeking Your truth.


Score ID
Year of composition
Mary Rose Jensen
Easy (Grades 1-3)
4 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Rock and Pop Music
Instrumental parts

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