"Homecoming" as written by Nicholas Dominic Gelyon, Matthew Alan Johnson, Dennis Mathew Miller and Sean Robbins....
And I won't sit back and watch anymore
While all the fallacies and lies become to much to handle
You're on a train that's heading off its tracks
Back up, sit back and watch the flames dance

Through the times that we were friends
Truth has been skin deep like glass in the wounds
One and the same, so save that precious breath
Before you shatter like the rest

I'll, I'll watch you choke on this
Watch you choke on all the promises
After all the hallowed words you spoke
Many are blind to see the reality of what is happening

I'll watch you choke, I'll watch you choke
Before it has a chance to be fed to someone else
I'll watch you choke, I'll watch you choke
Take a deep breath, it will be your last

Burn me

From here on out our lives reflect the shattered glass
Just another painful reminder of a distant hateful past
Fly away with the fire, with the fire
Fly away with the fire

So shut your mouth, look in the mirror
And bite your forked tongue, before the ink begins to dry
After all the trials we have fought amongst ourselves
The time has come to sit back and watch you fall

Through the times that we were friends
Truth has been skin deep like glass in the wounds
One and the same, so save that precious breath
Before you shatter like the rest



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"Homecoming" as written by Matthew Alan Johnson Nicholas Dominic Gelyon

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Another Victory Publishing

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