Wherever I Live

Album: The Pains of Growing (2018)
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  • There's yelling in the hallway
    I found refuge on a twin bed of his three star hotel
    I hear the laughter from the TV
    Static Rachel talks to Phoebe
    About the cat that snarls
    And I know this place is haunted, oh
    I swear I hear somebody knocking
    But I can't really tell

    And this outlet's busted
    Phone out and I can't charge it
    What a life man, what a life this is, hmm

    Just me, myself and nothing
    But I taught me how to love it
    Home is wherever I live

    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah
    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah

    I remember our own mama call
    As I hang my stray hairs on the shower walls for decoration
    I wonder what I'd hear if rooms could talk
    And I wonder why I'm thinking that at all
    I'm going crazy

    And this toilet's rusted
    Food came but I don't trust it
    What a life man, what a life this is

    Just me, myself and nothing
    But I taught me how to love it
    Home is wherever I live

    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah
    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah

    Hard to sleep sometimes
    With no one by my side
    I do my best to find a sense in it
    The more the days go by
    The more myself and I
    Shake hands and realize the benefits of independence

    And it's really something
    To make home's a worn-out luggage
    What a life man, what a life this is, yeah

    Just me, myself and nothing
    But somehow I've learned to love it
    Home is wherever I live

    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah (Home is wherever I live)
    Ah ah, ah ah, ah ah ah (Home is wherever I live) Writer/s: Alessia Caracciolo
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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