Run Home

Album: Hello Master (2006)
  • I fell for the company girl
    And it leaves me in charge
    She don't pay what the salary will
    And no company car
    And it hurts when it pounds along with this heartbeat
    Well its taking its toll, but it won't for very long

    I'll run home, I'm gone

    Back to the factory wheel
    Believe me I'm in charge
    I fell back on a factory girl
    But they take me apart
    And it hurts when they pound along with this heartbeat
    And if I leave it this way, then it won't be there at all

    I'm back to the factory wheel
    And it keeps me coming home
    It takes me apart
    And it hurts when it pounds with this heart, so ill run home, I'm gone Writer/s: DANIEL WATCHORN, MICHAEL DYBALL, MICHAEL HEPPNER, VINCENT NUDO
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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