"No Way Home" as written by and Richard Willis Hawley....
I'll see myself out of this world
We don't get long and no rehearsal
So I'll shade my eyes and watch the shadows grow
'cause I'm not coming back

Maybe I've been too long in this town
Even the happy faces just bring me down
So maybe now it's time to move on
And hold that torch again

But it's too hard a road
I can't make it on my own
Yes it's too high a climb
It just breaks this heart of mine
No way home

I just sit here and count the time
Sometimes I'm frightened what's in my mind
The things that just seem to stick in there
I wouldn't want you to know

This is all the time that we have
All those ways to love you never get it back
So I'll wear shoes that walk the distance
'Cause I'm never coming back

And it's too hard a road
I can't make it on my own
Yes it's too high a climb
Oh this broken heart of mine
There's no way home

It's too hard a road
I can't make it on my own
Yes it's too high a climb
For this broken heart of mine
No way home
No way home
No way home
No way home
No way home


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"No Way Home" as written by Richard Willis Hawley

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