You Can Always Come Home

Album: Jason Castro (2010)
  • I don't think he deserves you
    I'm gonna come right out and say it
    Even though I hardly know you at all
    That's what makes this so hard
    Cause I remember he hurt you
    Told you he didn't have the time
    To see you or even answer your calls
    After breaking your heart

    I know we barely even started
    But I fully believe you could have been the one for me
    And I miss what we might have had
    Honey I miss what we could have done
    I wrote a sad song about it and I'm still pretty bitter
    But I'm happy if your happy, he won
    I still miss you in the night
    And I want you to know
    If he leaves you cold in the city, aching for a lover
    Honey, you can always come home.

    Yeah
    Oh, do you ever stop to think
    That he did it to you once
    So he's probably gonna do it again
    Oh do you defend
    That he's an angel of virtue

    He made a mistake and it cost him what he loved
    But he knows what he's done
    He's sorry for it now
    Oh, he's never gonna leave you again
    Well maybe your right, but I still believe

    That you could have be the one for me
    And I miss what we might have had
    Honey, I miss what we could have done
    I wrote a sad song about it and I'm still pretty bitter
    But I'm happy if your happy, he won

    I still miss you in the night
    And I want you to know
    If he leaves you cold in the city
    Aching for a lover
    Honey you can always come home
    If he leaves you cold in the city
    And you're begging for a lover
    Honey, you can always come home Writer/s: STEPHEN WILLIAM FIORE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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