"My Way Home" as written by Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Gil Scott Heron and Kanye Omari West....
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They say home is where the hate is, my dome is where fate is
I stroll where souls get lost like Vegas
Seen through the eyes of rebel glasses
Pray to God that my arms reach the masses
The young smoke grass in grassless jungles
Rubber band together in cashless bundles
We wear strugglin' chains, divided only hustle remains
Makin' sense of it we hustle for change
Revolution ain't a game it's another name, for life fightin'
Someone to stay in they corner like Mike Tyson
Hypes fightin' for hits to heighten they hell
Don't he know he could only get as high as he fell?
Show money becomes bail, relationships become jail
Children are unheld
I wish love was for sale, "Behold the Pale, Horse"
Got me trapped like R. Kel', I bail and it

"Might not be such a bad idea if I never, never went home again
I'm on my way home
I left three days ago, but no one seems to know I'm gone
Home is where the hatred is, home is filled with pain and it
Might not be such a bad idea if I never, never went home again"


Lyrics submitted by FahQ_Nigel

"My Way Home" as written by Lonnie Rashid Lynn Gil Scott Heron

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, CARLIN AMERICA INC

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    General Commentpretty self-explanatory.
    love it.
    go_pete_goon December 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe man who sung the hook on this song was one really conscious dude. but then he got strung otu on crack. I think he's on Crack Music too.
    Rocksteady1on February 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDoesn't "my dome is where fade is" seem to make more sense than "fate"? If so I like that line it's a little silly.
    twollamaloveon May 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti love this song
    pimpingpastaon July 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIsn't it:
    "The young smoke grass in grassless jungles."

    Seems to make a little more sense.
    Chuck Norris Zombieon January 27, 2008   Link
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    General Commentchuck is correct. it is "grass in grassless jungles."
    kubfannon February 09, 2008   Link

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