I’m flying far away to be really free tried hard to build myself independently it's hard to always do what you expect from me saying come home come home
i try to understand why it hurts you to see the difference in our points of view don't blame me for a thing that I didn't do saying come home come home
it's insane how feeling so much shame will only bring you pain and I no longer know how to explain see i'm happy as can be and you're my family, my ground and i'm just hoping one day i will find you
you're holding back the tears when you kiss me smile smile when i'm back again as you see me when years are passing by and you miss me you're saying come home come home
such a shame you're feeling so much blame and yet i'm still the same and i no longer know how to explain see i’m grateful as can be 'cause you’re my family, i'm bound and i'm just hoping one day you will shine through
let's try to look at each other find one another asking how can it be fighting and loosing each other thinking the other is not so much like me finding out all that we see is just not always what is real
that you come home come home just come home come home
my turn to understand what you lived through today i only feel how i miss you so it's only fare, when it's hard to bare and you ask if i, i try to come home come home
Writer/s: DAVID DONATIEN, YAEL NAÏM
Publisher: LILI LOUISE MUSIQUE
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