"Come on Over" as written by Michael Kerr and Ben Thatcher....
I'm on a train going nowhere
I ran away to make you care
This ain't my house this ain't your home
Not when I'm feeling this alone

So come on over yeah,
I've waited since you start believin'
Yeah so come on over yeah,
Well there's no God and I don't really care

Let's run away, get out of here
I got no money and I don't care
This ain't my house this ain't your home
Not when I'm feeling this alone

So come on over yeah,
I've waited since you start believin'
Yeah so come on over yeah,
There's no God and I don't really care, I don't really care

I'm on a train going nowhere
I ran away to make you care
This ain't my house
This ain't your home
Not when I'm feeling this alone

So come on over yeah,
I've waited since you start believin'
Yeah so come on over yeah,
Well there's no God and I don't really care


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"Come on Over" as written by Michael Kerr Ben Thatcher

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    General CommentI think he's trying to persuade somebody he loves or knows too run away with him and go somewhere that feels like home.
    JoshGomez17on March 08, 2015   Link
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    General CommentThe singer of Royal Blood, Mike Kerr, was brought up as part of a strict Christian church until the age of 16. The lines "I went to church and stopped believing" and "Well there's no god and I don't really care" are a reference to his experience leaving this church because it didn't mean anything to him.
    User01101123456on August 07, 2017   Link

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