"Borrowed Home" as written by and Kristyn Osborn Rick Neigher....
I know you're gonna break it
You're gonna break it clean
This frame never could take
A season so cruel and mean
I can't be who I want to be
These walls aren't mine

Nobody else can make me right
Nobody else can feel this wrong
And in one moment I am light
Another dead as night
I should have known I'd never own
This borrowed home

Too deep into the passage
Of love so overgrown
And now forever I'm cast
As heavy as sinking stone
I can't rise when I want to rise
In this bed I sleep with ghosts

Nobody else can make me right
Nobody else can feel this wrong
And in one moment I am light
Another dead as night
I should have known I'd never own
This borrowed home

The windows open and the truth closes in
What a sweet beginning to the bitter end

I can't live where I want to live
If I can't find my way home

Nobody else can make me right
Nobody else can feel this wrong
And in one moment I am light
Another dead as night
I should have known I'd never own
This borrowed home

I'm home
Borrowed home
Yeah, I'm home


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"Borrowed Home" as written by Rick Neigher Kristyn Osborn

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