6 Weeks

Album: The Awakening (2011)
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  • Six weeks since I let you go
    And I still feel the same
    Hard to believe that a feeling this strong
    Will every really change

    I hold my head up steady
    Both hands heavy
    Oh just like the sky
    It's so full of tears
    Waiting to cry

    Are you on your way
    Have you finally found some place
    You can call your own
    You never had nobody
    Have you found someone
    Who makes you feel
    Like you're not alone
    Yes you're going home
    Going home

    You're flying high like a Superman
    Just like you've always dreamed of
    Tell me now, are you finally free
    From the troubles of life and love

    I got your records playing
    And I can hear you saying
    This is where we belong
    And I know I've got to carry on

    Are you on your way
    Have you finally found some place
    You can call your own
    You never had nobody
    Have you found someone
    Who makes you feel
    Like you're not alone
    Yes you're going home
    Going home

    All this time watching you
    There was nothing I could do
    I know your heart was crossed
    All those times that I tried
    Light the light in your eyes
    I couldn't see you were lost

    Are you on your way
    Have you finally found some place
    You can call your own
    Coz you never had nobody
    Are you on your way
    Have you finally found some place
    You can call your own
    Going home

    Are you on your way
    Yes you're going home
    Going home
    Never had nobody, nobody
    Have you found someone
    Who makes you feel like you're not alone
    Yes you're going home
    Going hime

    Six weeks since I let you go
    And I still feel the same Writer/s: JAMES MORRISON CATCHPOLE, MARTIN BRAMMER, STEPHEN PAUL ROBSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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