Into Oblivion (Reunion)

Album: Tales Don't Tell Themselves (2007)
Charted: 16
  • The days I've felt alone.
    And the sea, it brings me back again.
    So that I can see my wife.
    And I can see my child.
    Home, I'm home, it never changes,
    Same old faces, same old places.

    I stared into oblivion and found my home.
    I stared into oblivion, into oblivion.

    Find in me the home
    That you have never known.
    Find in us the faith.
    The faith to bring you home.

    I stared into oblivion and found my home.
    I stared into oblivion and found my home.
    I stared into oblivion, and found my own reflection there.
    (reflection there)

    Home. Now that I'm coming home,
    Will you be the same as when I saw you last?
    Tell me how much time has passed? x3

    I stared into oblivion (and found my home).
    I stared into oblivion (and found my home).
    I stared into oblivion (and found my home).
    I stared into oblivion and found my own reflection there.
    Writer/s: DARRAN ANTHONY SMITH, GARETH DAVIES, KRIS ROBERTS, MATTHEW DAVIES, RYAN RICHARDS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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