I went back to the house we used to live
And I looked at all the empty rooms
Nothing's changed but it's never quite the same
Without you and all the things that you do

Memories are painted on the walls
And it's you and me I see in them all
And though I know you're a million miles away
I still feel you getting closer everyday

'Cos a house is not a home without you in it
And a place to call my own means nothing now
And an empty bed is not a place to rest my weary head
Oh, I'm useless now I'm left all by myself
Won't you come home?
Won't you come home?

I walk 'round the streets where we grew up
And it's you I feel in the ground beneath my feet
I close my eyes and I'm here with you
On the corner of the road where we grew up

'Cos a house is not a home without you in it
And a place to call my own means nothing now
And an empty bed is not a place to rest my weary head
Oh, I'm useless now I'm left all by myself
Won't you come home?
Won't you come home?

'Cos a house is not a home without you in it
And a place to call my own means nothing now
And an empty bed is not a place to rest my weary head
Oh, I'm useless now I'm left all by myself
Won't you come home?
Won't you come home?


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