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I grabbed my bags and walked away
I’d felt for long I couldn’t stay
I just had to do things my way
I played the game to my rules
It never felt like I could lose
That I would have to pay my dues

I pushed the limits, had my way
But learnt that there’s a price to pay
Stooped as low as I could get
When life was at its lowest ebb
I stared at truth right in the face
I knew I had to change my ways

I’d go home
To find a way for me to cope
I’d go home
To find a place to rest my bones
I’d go home
A Stranger to my own as long as I could limp along

As I drew near to that place
He saw me approach from far away
He ran to me, embraced me firm
He gave me back all I had lost
Cause I’ve returned the son who’d gone
It was more than I was hoping for

I’ve come home
To the place where I belong
I’ve come home
Where I find strength and I find hope
I’ve come home
Where I find rest for my troubled soul
Where the truth makes me whole
I’ve come home
To the place where I belong
I’ve come home
Where I find strength and I find hope
I’ve come home
Where I find rest for my troubled soul
Where the truth makes me whole
I grabbed my bags, came back to stay
Now I know I’ve found my way
Now I’m back and I can say
I’ve come home


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