Coming Home

Album: Long Cold Winter (1988)
Charted: 20
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  • I took a walk down a road it's the road I was meant to stay
    I see the fire in your eyes but a man's gott make his way

    [Chorus]
    So are you tough enough for my love
    Just close your eyes to the heaven above
    I'm comin home, I'm comin home

    I took a ride in a world I'll be spinnin for the rest of my life
    I feel your heart beating baby
    Ooh sometimes it cuts like a knife

    [Chorus]

    I'm coming home where your love tonight can shine on me
    I'm coming home where your loving arms can set me free

    I took a walk down a road it's the road I was meant to stay
    I see the fire in your eyes but a man's gotta make his way

    [Chorus] Writer/s: GARRETT DUTTON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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