David Erickson


David Erickson has been singing Christian music since he was twelve. He was born to the father and mother of four boys and one girl. David was the oldest. His dad, Wesley Erickson, and mother, Gladys, were ministers to the Native Americans in Nevada for over 30 years. The artist began leading worshsip when he was tewlve years old, and continues until today. He has been the worship leader in churches in four different states including Alaska. Some of his songs were written and recorded in Alaska with only a microphone, a couple of music programs and a computer. His latest songs were recorded in a home studio in Carson City, NV. He believes he does all this to please the one who is above all, God.




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Prodigal, Come Home

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Prodigal, Come Home

David Erickson



Verse One

Oh, prodigal, why do you resist the persistent call of the father?

You wander aimlessly searching, looking for an answer.

The weariness of your life can be seen by everyone around you.

Prodigal come home and the father will tell you what to do.


Second Verse

Oh, prodigal, you have wasted these many days in useless actions.

You threw away your whole life on the worship of your own attractions.

Come quickly before the father's door is completely closed.

Prodigal, come home, come home today.  The father has posed.


Chorus One

Oh, my son, dear, prodigal, come home, come home today.

The father is watching and waiting for you to come to stay.

Why are the walking in this path of destruction and sin?

Come home, prodigal.  All this time, where have you been?


Chorus Two

Oh, prodigal, is that you I see, walking alone in the distance?

Come quickly, the father has prepared a banquet for you this very instant.

He is standing on the winding road to his home to greet you with love.

Oh, prodigal, come home.  Soon you will meet him in his home above.



Come home, come home, you who are weary come home.

Prodigal, this is the day, this is the time.  Come home.


Copyright by David Erickson 2020



Prodigal, Come Home


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