"House & Farm" as written by David Hosking, Killian Gavin, Timothy Hart, Jacob Tarasenko and Jonathan Hart....
I built my home in a day
Come and see if you may
There's a rabbit in the garden that's keeping it all in place

I held the truth in my arms
It's a house and a farm
And a wife and my children to wait on with open
Arms
Arms (no)

You're too old to be chasing your gold
Run with me to the sea
And we'll wait together
Patiently
Oh dear
It's too late
To be carrying on this way
When you're so close to god
You're so damn far away

And oh, it's too much
When the winter falls to cold to touch
Won't you hide in my armory, harmony
Come to me, yea
Yeah, yeah, yeah

'Cause all that wanted, all that I needed
All that I wanted, was to be

And all that I wanted, all that I needed
All that I wanted, was to be alone
Was to be alone
Was to be alone


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"House & Farm" as written by Jacob Tarasenko David Hosking

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