No Home

Album: Lead to Light (2014)
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  • And when you started this
    Disrespecting yourself
    And then you want to go home

    And when there's no hope
    And there's no one who knows you
    You're always alone
    And its picking a tour on
    And then you want to go home

    And there's no home
    You got to fight for what you love
    In your home

    And when you realize there's no one to guide you
    You often give in to temptations
    Sometimes you're lost in hopes in making a home

    So let me remind you
    That this ain't your time
    And you'll lose what you like
    And your gift is after
    And you know you can make a new home

    And there's no home
    You got to fight for what you love
    In your home

    And there's no home
    You got to fight for what you love
    In your home


    If you love me
    I will let you leave with me
    If you love me
    I will let you leave with me

    I will be your home
    I will be your home
    I will be your home
    I will be your home

    So if you love me
    I will let you leave with me
    If you love me
    I will let you leave with me
    I need your home Writer/s: BORIS KOEHLER, DANIEL PETER, SASCHA HIRTENFELLNER, YASEMIN KALDIRIM
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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