"Homecoming" as written by Lisa Coleman and Wendy Melvoin....
In two. Alone he'll forget the time
Burn money to ashes. Be drunken with wine
A fool, not knowing his left from right
He's losing direction his home within sight
(Staggered in with no where to begin)

I've left you again now I'm back to amend.
No word that I say will be true
I'm fine on my own except for I'm all alone.
I'm just incomplete without you

Undo the bondage of faith that ties
Unsevered connections just holding too tight
End pretending thoughts stop sending surface his new home
Won't think to long he's incomplete without you
(Staring over the shoulder to sin)

I've left you again now I'm back to amend.
No word that I say will be true
I'm fine on my own except for I'm all alone.
I'm just incomplete without you

Away he's walking to the sun
Blinded in light of what he's done and echoed voices burning
He's trying hard to clear his mind
But digging deeper he'll only find buried treasure forgotten face

Here I am on my own now coming home

I'm fine on my own except for I'm all alone.
I'm just incomplete without you






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"Homecoming" as written by Wendy Melvoin Lisa Coleman

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