"On My Way Home" as written by Edward Monroe Hill, Mark Stephen Cawley and Danny Orton....
If I hadn’t met you, on my way home
I might have got there ‘bout an hour ago,
I washed away by the rain, was waiting for the bus it never came
I would be heading around the thick leaves
I’d be tangled up with him
I’d be running ‘round in circles
I’d be lost without the sin
I’d be lying with my lover, I’d be holding back the tears
If I had known would I have loved you forever?
If I had known would I have drunk you in a day?

There’s a mini story show
There’s a thousand stories lost, on the back seat of a car where the story starts and stops
There’s a hole in a pocket, there’s a hole in the bucket
There’s a hole in your shoe where the light came shining through
If I had known would I have loved you forever?
If I had known would I have loved you for a day?
If I’d known would I have drunk you in forever?
If I hadn’ known would I have drunk you in a day?

If I hadn’t met you, on my way home
It might have been the same but I don’t know
I washed away by the rain, was waiting for the bus it never came


Lyrics submitted by Inggie

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