"Nobody Home" as written by Ann Wilson, Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson and Susan Ennis....
Don't run too fast
Like a shot from a gun
Don't jump too high
And knock out the sun
Don't stray too far
Out on your own
When you finally come knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home

Don't pull too hard
Like a kite in the wind
You'll break the string
When I reel you in
Don't take off flying
All on your own
When you finally come knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home

You say you're feeling locked inside
Stuck inside to stay
You want to fly away
There's nothing I can do
To help you make your play
Make your getaway
Don't dream too wild
And shoot for the moon
Don't ride your heart
Like a balloon
Don't blow away
To places unknown
Cause when you finally coming knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home

Don't run too fast
Like a shot from a gun
Don't jump too high
And knock out the sun
Don't stray too far
Out on your own
Cause when you finally come knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home

When you finally come knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home

When you finally come knocking
When you finally come knocking
There'll be nobody home
Nobody home


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"Nobody Home" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Ann Wilson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Comment'you're gonna break the string when I reel you in'

    another great Heart song.

    Great message, if a little bit of a downer. "Do what you've got to do, but remember I may not always be here if you go too far.'
    traviswrdunbaron February 07, 2005   Link

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