"Coming Home To Me" as written by and Patricia J. Griffin....
Anytime you say it with heart
Anytime you're falling apart
When you're washing the sheets
Any stranger you meet
When there's somebody waving goodbye

You're coming home to me, just remember
You're coming home to me

It's a world full of bar rooms and alleys
Of blue nights and red river valleys
When you feel like a shirt and a tie
Or like dirt
Or a lion and no one can see

You're coming home to me, just remember
You're coming home to me

When you get to that place
That's just under the stars
Hanging over the tree
At a quarter to three
When you get there you'll know
That's as far as you go
When you get there you'll see
You were already free
When you get there you'll la la la la la la

When you're lost and you're found
And you're found and you're lost
When you're dancing with no one around

You're coming home to me, just remember
You're coming home to me


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"Coming Home to Me" as written by Patricia J. Griffin

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    General CommentAs with a few of Patti's other songs, this one is utterly poignant, expressing a heart full of sympathy and longing, tenderness and steadfast loyalty. Don't know her in person but in her songs you can hear these qualities and more so clearly. And the melody is lovely, complemented nicely by the tumbleweed of words being sung by two sweet voices out of sync with each other in the bridge part -- "when you get to that place that's just under the stars..." Beautiful, heart-rending, touching and ephemeral, as with other great songs, but with its own special way of getting there.
    greendreameron May 06, 2017   Link

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