Lights of Home
by U2

Album: Songs of Experience (2017)
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  • Shouldn't be here 'cause I should be dead
    I can see the lights in front of me
    I believe my best days are ahead
    I can see the lights in front of me
    Oh Jesus if I'm still your friend
    What the hell
    What the hell you got for me
    I gotta get out from under my bed
    I can see again the lights in front of me
    Hey I've been waiting to get home a long time

    Hey now, do you know my name?
    Hey now, or where I'm going?
    If I can't get an answer
    In your eyes, I see it
    The lights of home
    The lights of home

    I was born from a screaming sound
    I can see the lights in front of me
    I thought my head was harder than ground
    I can see the lights in front of me
    One more push and I'll be born again
    One more road you can't travel with a friend
    Saw a statue of a gold guitar
    Bright lights right in front of me
    Hey, I've been waiting to get home a long time

    Hey now, do you know my name
    Hey now, or where I'm going
    If I can't get an answer
    In your eyes, I see it
    The lights of home
    The lights of home

    Hey now, do you know my name?
    Hey now, or where I'm going?
    If I can't get an answer
    In your eyes, I see it
    In your eyes alone
    I see the lights of home

    Free yourself to be yourself
    If only you could see yourself
    If only you could
    Free yourself to be yourself
    If only you could see yourself
    If only you could
    Free yourself to be yourself
    If only you could see yourself
    If only you could
    Free yourself to be yourself
    If only you could see yourself
    If only you could see Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, ALANA HAIM, ARIEL RECHTSHA, DANIELLE HAIM, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL DAVID HEWSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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