Home with You

Album: Magdalene (2019)
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  • I'm so wired for it, seen it, tried it
    I'd die for you on my terms
    When I get my lessons learned
    Apples, cherries, pain
    Breathe in, breathe out, pain
    No, no, Novocain
    Still maintain my grace

    How come the more you have the more that people want from you?
    More you burn away the more the people earn from you
    More you pull away the more that they depend on you
    I've never seen a hero like me in a sci-fi
    So I wonder if your needs are even meant for me
    I wonder if you think that I could ever raise you up
    I wonder if you think that I could ever help you fly
    Never seen a hero like me in a sci-fi
    But I'd save a life if I thought it belonged to you
    Mary Magdalene would never let her loved ones down

    I didn't know that you were lonely
    If you'd have just told me, I'd be home with you
    I didn't know that you were lonely
    If you'd have just told me I'd be running down the hills to you

    When I visualize
    All I see is black (onyx)
    Throw me to the floor
    Just a little more (get it, onyx)
    I know I've been gone
    You've been all alone
    Stoking up the fire for you
    Set the place alight
    Call me late at night
    And I'll be running home to you

    I didn't know that you were lonely
    If you'd have just told me I'd be home with you
    I didn't know that you were lonely
    If you'd have just told me, I'd be running down the hills to be with you
    If you had told me, I'd be running down the hills to be with you
    I'd be running down the hills to be with you
    And I'd have told you I was lonely too Writer/s: Ethan Flynn, Tahliah Barnett
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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