"Almost Home" as written by and John Allen....
My father called me up
He said "You better come home"
Heard from the doctor
And I don't think I can tell her on my own

They found a dark spot
in your mothers chest
I try to hold it all together
But I'm such a mess

And all you lost, all you gained
Sometimes things just can't stay the same
And all you lost, all you gained
Sometimes things just can't stay the same

But I'm almost home
Right where I'm suppose to be
But I'm almost home
Won't you leave the light on for me
Cuz I'm almost home

She used to take my photograph
Every first day of school
Used to teach me how to fight
So I'd be nobody's fool

All I lost, all i gained
Sometimes things just can't stay the same

But I'm almost home
Right where I'm suppose to be
But I'm almost home
Won't you leave the light on for me
Cuz I'm almost home

Up on top field
Running down hill
Under the North Point sky
Alight with Bethlehem fires

Well I'm almost home
Right where I'm suppose to be
Well I'm almost home
Won't you leave the light on for me
To shine on me
Cuz I'm almost home

Almost home
Right where I'm suppose to be
Well I'm almost home
Between familiar streets
Cuz I'm almost home


Lyrics submitted by Reintroduction, edited by GiveMeHam

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