"Which Way Home?" as written by and Bernard Joseph Fanning....
Minnie you're a friend of mine
You'll come good in your sweet time

Leave all the worries that fuck you up
Sting much worse than a paper cut
Leave 'em all hangin' here by the door when you
Leave 'em behind you're gonna wipe the floor oh-woh

And I don't know which way home
I don't know which way I should go
Chasing the shadows of a promise that'll never come
Oh no and I don't know which way home

Minnie you could talk all day
Even underwater that's what they say
Don't turn your life into a race
All your dreams lost in the chase

Leave all the worries that fuck you up
Sting much worse than a paper cut
Leave 'em all hangin' here by the door when you
Leave 'em behind you're gonna wipe the floor oh-woh

And I don't know which way home
I don't know which way I should go
Chasing the shadows of a promise that'll never come
Oh no and I don't know which way home

And I don't know which way home
I don't know which way I should go
Chasing the shadows of a promise that'll never come
Oh no and I don't know which way home

You're a friend of mine
You're a friend of mine
Baby you're a friend of mine
You're a friend of mine


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"Which Way Home?" as written by Bernard Joseph Fanning

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    General Commentgreat song, you really can't tell the difference between bernard fanning on his own and powderfinger, especially with this song.
    joe2000on March 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is the best on 'Tea and Symapthy'. I think it is about not knowing what path to take in his career. But this is by far his best song and i love the riff
    leachy89on April 03, 2006   Link

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