Coming Home

Album: Coming Home (2017)
  • Tell me who you are
    Your father has forsaken you
    Left you with those scars
    My hope is that you'll make it through
    Hate must never win
    Even when we're worlds apart
    Your love is not a sin
    Even if it's hard
    Even when I'm far
    I will always be there

    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home
    Don't let your fears
    Take control
    I can finally hear
    Her message loud and clear
    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home

    Transmission from the stars
    A message from the atmosphere
    Etched into my heart
    Your purpose there is still unclear
    The ghost of you lives on
    Through everything I see and touch
    Even when you're gone
    Even if it's hard
    Even when I'm far
    I will always be there

    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home
    Don't let your fears
    Take control
    I can finally hear
    Her message loud and clear
    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home

    A fallen angel is what you are
    Your father has forsaken you
    Left you with those scars
    (Transmission override complete)
    My hope is that you make it through (five)
    Hate must never win (four)
    Even when we're worlds apart (three)
    Your love is not a sin (two)
    Even if it's hard (one)
    (Initiating self-destruct sequence now)

    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home
    Don't let your fears
    Take control
    I can finally hear
    Her message loud and clear
    Hold on my dear
    I'm coming home

    I'm coming home
    (Hold on my dear, I'm coming home) Writer/s: Charles Massabo, Ronnie Radke
    Publisher: MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Seth from Joplin, MoWhen I first heard this song, It was a coaster of emotions that I felt. At the end of the song when he sung "I'M COMING HOME!", I felt that in a way I can't explain. It's like when your about to die, you're coming home.
  • Ty Swenson from Minnesota I think it’s about good people with a demon that makes them destroy themself and hurt others and the end is here andIf I don’t cast it out and accept divine love I’m stuck here and am never going to make it home.
  • Waddles from Texas Initially, this song really resonated w me. I knew I would love it after the first time I heard it. Feeling the emotions put out by Ronnie, I could tell how much this song meant to him. Finding out now that it was for his daughter only made sense.
    I found my own meaning within Ronnie's lyrics that meant alot to me. Only a great song can bring upon so many emotions which seem to be deciphered at random moments after hearing the song once again.
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