Carry Me Home

Album: Roll On (2000)
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  • He's gonna get you in the end
    Then he'll be your only friend
    There's nothing that'll save your soul
    All you need is alcohol

    Step right up and be a man
    On your knees and pray
    Freedoms just another open bottle anyway

    So one more round is all I need
    Fill it up and let me be
    It's getting late I should've known
    Won't somebody carry me home?

    [Chorus]
    Pick me up from my knees
    Carry me home

    We think you should know
    It's time to go
    No more to show
    Yes it's time to go

    6am it's closing time the barman turns the lights out
    I want another round so bring it on it's my shout

    Don't leave me sitting here
    Don't take me for a ride
    Freedoms just another drink
    Don't leave me hangin' dry

    Step right up and be a man
    On your knees and pray
    Freedoms just another open bottle anyway

    [Chorus]

    We think you should know
    It's time to go
    No more to show
    Yes it's time to go Writer/s: Benjamin Mark Weaver, Gary Barlow, Howard Paul Donald, Mark Anthony Owen, Mark Philip Taylor, Paul Michael Barry
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Hunter from South West, MiLove this band kinda like a Australian sum 41.
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