"Back Where You Belong" as written by and Sinead O'connor....
Oh it's hard to
Be a boy
When
All the men have
Lost their joy
And they can't find the ones they left behind.

Harder still to think
Of being a man
In this world of
No lessons or love,
It's only war that men be thinking of.

Should you stay
Or should you come down with me?
Is that the question
You are asking of me?
And do you think that you can
Take the answer?
As it turns,
You have to wear life well.

Come down with me,
Come down
When you need me
But for now I want you
To be happy.

Sometimes life does
Things to you
That will hurt you
And confuse you,
But when you're left behind
You're sure to find.

I am with you though I can't
Come with you.
I am in you and I'm
Always part of you,
And all you ever have to do
To bring me to you

Is come down with me,
Come down
When you need me,
But for now I want you
To be happy.

So you must go back home,
That's where you belong.
You must go back home.

You must go back home,
That's where you belong.

You must go back home,
And I can't come along


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"Back Where You Belong" as written by Gary William O'connor

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