"If You Would Come Back Home" as written by and William Fitzsimmons....
There's room between your heart
And the chair where I've been sleeping
The place that we called home
Will someday watch you leaving

There's room between today
And the last time that I saw you
The pictures in my brain
Will fade until I lose you

If you would come back home
We could start all over
If you would come back home
I swear it would be better

There's room left in the house
There's food still in the pantry
I could fix you lunch
Or take you out for coffee

If you would come back home
We could start all over
If you would come back home
I swear it would be better

Call the surgeon (If you would come back home)
Mend the pieces (If you would come back home)
Call the surgeon (If you would come back home)
Mend the pieces (If you would come back home)
Call the surgeon (If you would come back home)
Mend the pieces (If you would come back home)
Call the surgeon (If you would come back home)
Mend the pieces (If you would come back home)


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"If You Would Come Back Home" as written by William Fitzsimmons

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    General Commentthis song is tragic in such a brutally honest way. nothing about this song is contrived, just a simple request. i think the meaning is effectively conveyed.
    ahBon November 22, 2008   Link

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