"Go Home" as written by and Curtis Blaine/collins Wright....
I said, "Daddy, I knew I'd find you in this bar
And I know it's been hard, me blamin' you
All these years for my tears"
"But Daddy, I need to know what to do
Sometimes I feel like runnin' too
Is it worth the pain, do you have regrets?"
That's when he turned and said

"Go home while there's still one to go to
Hold on while there's someone to hold you
Don't walk, run as fast as you can
Crawl if you have to while there's still a chance
'Cause leavin' don't get you nowhere
You're just gone, go home"

He said, "Son, just take a look around and see
Is this the way you want it to be
Night after night, hidin' from the truth
Son, that's not you"
I said, "Mama still talks about you all the time
And she would be so happy to find you at her door
Yeah, that's the day we're both prayin' for"

"Go home while there's still one to go to
Hold on while there's someone to hold you
Don't walk, run as fast as you can
Crawl if you have to while there's still a chance
'Cause leavin' don't get you nowhere
You're just gone, go home
Go home, go home, go home"


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"Go Home" as written by Jim Collins Curtis Wright

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