(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano

  • No one knows me like the piano in my mother's home
    You would show me I have something, some people call a soul
    And you drop-topped the sky, oh you arrived when I was three years old
    No one knows me like the piano in my mother's home

    You know I left, I flew the nest
    And you know I won't be long
    And in my chest you know me best
    And you know I'll be back home

    An angel by her side, oh, all the times I knew we couldn't cope
    They said that it's her time, no tears in sight, I kept the feelings close
    And you took hold of me and never, never, never let me go
    'Cause no one knows me like the piano in my mother's home
    In my mother's home Writer/s: Sampha Sisay
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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