"Hitting Home" as written by and Peter William Wareham....
I'm sorry
I didn't want to misunderstand you

Didn't mean
To make you feel so alone

But I still
Like doing all those things you never wanted to do
Put my coat down,
I'm not coming home

You're fun
But don't think I ever promised it to you
Didn't mean
To make you feel I belonged

Could I mend
All those hearts that you had broken for you?
Would like to,
But I'm not that strong

And I've been starting fights again
I know it's in my head, this game
But I still don't like losing

And I've been hitting home again
Been off my face and lost my name
It is such a stupid thing

Don't tease me
I know that you wanted it too
I was there
When you were still afraid

And I loved to undo

All those shiny buttons for you
Don't pretend
You don't need to get laid

I know
That I made it too easy for you
Once you found out
I would've stayed long

But I thought
We did everything you ever wanted to do
It's not you
I'm just best off alone

And I've been starting fights again
I know it's in my head, this game
But I still don't like losing

And I've been hitting home again
Been off my face and lost my name
It is such a stupid thing

And I've been starting fights again
I know it's in my head, this game
But I still don't like losing

And I've been hitting home again
Been off my face and lost my name
It is such a stupid thing

And I've been starting fights again


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"Hitting Home" as written by Peter Wareham

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