"Happy Home" as written by and Kristen L./catanzaro Henderson....
Of course I knew I shouldn't love you
So I fought with all the strength in me not to
To force this miles above you
Miles with nothing in between

There's barely anything to leave you now
But memories conjured up in both our minds
I'm so afraid that I might lose them
In the trajectory of time

In this happy home
I am so alone
The picture on the wall of smiling faces
Says it all

Of course I knew I couldn't love you
But then that would be a fairy tale
So I fell hook line and sink her
I'm a fool who's suffered well

In this happy home
I am so alone
The picture on the wall of smiling faces
Says it all

I'll never know you
Waiting turns to sleep
The only promises I'll make are ones
That I can keep

Of course I knew I couldn't love you
Of course I knew I shouldn't love you
Of course I knew


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"Happy Home" as written by Kristen Henderson Cassidy Catanzaro

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