"Let Your Good Heart Lead You Home" as written by Thomas Michael Smith, Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Edward Owen Lay....
You let the dark in
Somehow
I feel the winter more now
More now

Some things do matter
A price to pay
We will find our own way
Always

Sharks swim around your
Drowning soul
Let your good heart
Lead you home

Once you've gone
You can't come back
I am worried about you

Once you've gone, girl
You can't come back
I am worried about you


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"Let Your Good Heart Lead You Home" as written by Edward Owen Lay Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz

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    General CommentA really lovely song this one, obviously about someone near going through a hard time and worrying about them.
    Surprised I'm the first to comment on it!
    matt675on March 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAbout a loved one passing away in my opinion.
    Music10022on May 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA song about your fix/drug dependent girlfriend.
    garygwapoon August 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSo few words with so much emotion. The underlying emotion- depression.
    The first verse is pure genius:
    "You let the dark in, somehow" - things/life getting you down.
    "Sharks swim around your, drowning soul" - as garygwapo says, a possible drug reference, but also possibly the exponential effect of depression. When you're down, little things seem much worse.
    The final verses:
    "Once you've gone, you can't come back" - suicide is irreversible.
    ArtFarkison July 31, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's clearly about hard times
    "Sharks swim around your, drowning soul" for me is not just drugs, it0s says sharkS (plural)
    it means that there are more than one shark (problem)

    "A price to pay" there's always a consecuence for our actions


    "Once you've gone, you can't come back" clearly about suicide
    J25code2on February 08, 2011   Link

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