Refuge

Album: Familiars (2014)
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  • When you lift me out of me
    When you lift me out of me will I know when I've changed?
    And when you bring me back to me, will you bring me back to me, un-estranged

    Man, you're already home and you don't even know it
    You have a room you can return to, and you'll never outgrow it
    See, you're already home when you don't know where to find it

    It's not our house that we remember
    it's a feeling outside it when everyone's gone but we leave all the lights on anyway

    Man, you're already home and you don't even know it
    You have a room you can return to, and you'll never outgrow it
    See, you're already home when you don't know where to find it

    It's not our house that we remember
    it's a feeling outside it when everyone's gone but we leave all the lights on anyway Writer/s: DARBY CICCI, MICHAEL LERNER, PETER SILBERMAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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