Back Round

Album: Cosmic Egg (2009)
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  • I'm coming home, right now
    Can you tell me if the people need to let alone, right now

    I'm coming home
    It's been too long
    Since the light was gone
    I'm coming home, yeah

    Come alive, come alive just to see you
    Realize it's all in front of you
    Realize it's all you ever know
    Realize it's all you ever do

    Oh, I'm coming back around
    Oh, it won't be long

    It looks like someone has been
    Been here before
    They left here thinking they could
    Still have it all

    The tickets sold and the man got rich with a seven year itch
    But all those involved fell over in their own ditch
    They lack eyes to see on parallels; seeing all things as similar
    Those who deny chance have no chance at all

    Oh, I'm coming back around
    Oh, it won't be long Writer/s: ANDREW JAMES STOCKDALE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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