"Some Kind Of Home" as written by and Scott Lee Jason Clayton Stroope....
Your too much
You'll take any more than you'll have to
Have you lost touch
With the ones you adore and sought after
And you don't know why
Yeah, they put a bullet through your heart
And told you not to cry
You know life should be beautiful
So come on out the shadows for while

I wanna know where you go
When your dreaming
I wanna see what you see
With your eyes closed
And when it all goes down
Then we'll
Have a place to run
Cause I don't know when I can't tell
What your thinking

So we'll just drive
In the night
Till we find
Some kind of home

I swear I never mentioned this to anyone
So go on you can tell me what it is
You see I am barely hanging on to you
And the way I feel yeah somethings got to give

I wanna know where you go
When your dreaming
I wanna see what you see
With your eyes closed
And when it all goes down
Then we'll
Have a place to run
Cause I don't know when I can't tell
What your thinking

So we'll just drive
In the night
Till we find
Some kind of home

?You'll find enough to walk a line in pieces?
You don't have to do this on your own
??
You don't have to do this alone

I wanna know where you go
When your dreaming
I wanna see what you see
With your eyes closed
And when it all goes down
Then we'll
Have a place to run
Cause I don't know when I can't tell
What your thinking

So we'll just drive
In the night
Till we find
Some kind of home

I wanna know where you go
When your dreaming
I wanna see what you see
With your eyes closed
And when it all goes down
Then we'll
Have a place to run
Cause I don't know when I can't tell
What your thinking

Yeah
Some kind of home


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"Some Kind of Home" as written by Scott Lee Jason Clayton Stroope

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    General CommentSome of these lyrics are wrong. It's "You don't say much, you don't say any more than you have to", "We'll just drive through the night", and "When it all goes down, will you have a place to run?"

    After having said that... This song means a lot to me. I can relate to nearly every line. "You don't say much, you don't say any more than you have to"- Me all over.

    "Have you lost touch with the ones you adored and sought after?" the narrator asks. He's assuming this because the woman does not talk any more than she has to, closing herself off from everyone. "And you don't know why they put a ullet through your heart and told you not to cry"- Her life causes her great stress and pain, reminiscent to a bullet through the heart. Of course, it's not as bad as it seems to her, but she's depressed and in that state, everything hurts to her. So the narrator urges her, "You know life should be beautiful, so come on out of your shadow for a while." He wants her to ease up a little in life and to not take everything so harshly. Life is meant for enjoying. It should be beautiful.

    He continues to tell her, "I want to know where you go when you're dreaming, I want to see what you see when your eyes close." (I wish someone felt that way for me.) "And when it all goes down, will you have a place to run?" When the world collapses- when life gets too hard to bear, who can she turn to? He wants her to choose him, saying he's provided a place for her. "Cause I don't know and I can't tell what you're thinking-" again, the not talking much; she won't confide her prolems to him- "so we'll just drive through the night till we find some kind of home." I'm leaving this line alone for now because I don't know if it's metaphoric or not.

    The narrator tells the woman, "I swear I'll never mention this to anyone, so go on, you can tell me what it is." He is trying to get her to unlock the thoughts and secrets in her head and tell him what;s trouling her. "You see I, I'm barely hanging on here"- he's curious, wanting to be inside her head- "and the way I feel, something's gotta give." Something is going to have to give way- she can't keep all that pressure inside herself.

    The narrator swears to her that he knows how she feels- "It's hard enough to walk a line in pieces, but you don't have to do this on your own." He tells her it doesn't need to be done all at once- "We can pass the time reading signs along the freeway. You don't have to do this on your own."

    If I ever meet Thriving Ivory, I'm going to tell them how much this song means to me, how it helped me, and the secrets I still harbor in my head, because the lyrics honestly make me want to tell someone about what I sometimes go through.
    EnduringChillon October 10, 2011   Link

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