You could find a lover
and mold her out of clay
you could build a reason
to justify anything.
You can find your own way home
walkin' down that lonesome road
I know what, yeah I know what

You know that, I said I won’t,
but you know I can, you know I can, you know I can.
If you’ve lost your love, you will find your truth,
you’ll find your truth, when it comes for you.

You can find an ocean, to fill with tears
remember in the moment, we succumb to our fears
You can build a masterpiece all glace and symmetry
and move on, you've got move on

You know that, I said I won’t,
but you know I can, you know I can, you know I can.
If you’ve lost your love, then you'll find your truth,
you’ll find your truth, when it comes for you.

We are searching for a reason,
to make sense of this life
said the fool when he discovered something true
look outside, look outside

Oh My, Oh my, shes not coming, shes not coming, shes not coming
Oh My, Shes not coming, she's not coming

You don't say, I said I won’t,
but you know I can, you know I can, you know I can.
If you’ve lost your love, you will find your truth,
you’ll find your truth, when it comes for you.

Oh my, Oh my, she's not coming home (she's not coming)
She's not coming home (she's not coming)
She's not coming home (she's not coming)
I said, oh my, oh my, she's not coming home (she's not coming home)
She's not coming home (she's not coming)
She's not coming home (she's not coming)
Oh My, Oh My, she's not coming home (she's not coming)
She's not coming home (she's not coming), shes not (she's not coming), shes not
(Oh My) She's not coming, coming home (Oh My)
Shes not, I don't know why.



Lyrics submitted by skacore_dude, edited by TheCircaZeppel

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    General CommentI changed them to the correct lyrics transcribed from scratch by me and not the original poster.
    TheCircaZeppelon July 11, 2014   Link

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