well it was you and me in an early dream
guess I imagine more than I’ve seen
but it was a house and home just like a magazine
but I awoke to no morning light
them dogs were barkin’ straight through the night
and your face, it read me like a magazine
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
I want to hear you talk, run me down
sign says don’t walk, I’m ready to go my boat is leavin’
well it was yesterday, it was in your voice
you wanted to choose but you had no choice
‘cause it was cut and dry and printed in a magazine
then the sun it came and I think it stained
but you and I believe in rain
and we know you can’t believe everything you read
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
I want to hear you talk, run me down
sign says don’t walk, I’m ready to go my boat is leavin’
what a gift to give, it’s the way you live
now I get to do what I never did
and you know they never tell you in a magazine
and when the morning came, the first thing I hear
just keep it coming, ringin’ through my ear
‘cause this sure don’t sound like anything I’ve seen
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
tell me tell me somethin’ that I don’t know
I want to hear you talk, run me down
sign says don’t walk, I’m ready to go my boat is leavin’
I'm gone


Lyrics submitted by glendora

House and Home song meanings
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