"The Summer" as written by and Jonathan Quarmby James Arthur....
We started in October
Drowned our sins in cold November rain
Thoughts all through December
Prayed for snow to cover up the pain
Been so long under winter's night
Waiting for the sun
Watching the horizon

Everybody's coming home for summer
Battlefields a thousand miles away
What a feeling, taste the freedom
There with every bite
Finally we're coming home

We shadow-boxed the enemy
Swing until we extradite our fears
They're backed into a corner
Ring the bell, we shed our blood and tears
Like hibernating stowaways, hoping for the sun
Watching the horizon

Everybody's coming home for summer
Battlefields a thousand miles away
What a feeling, taste the freedom
There with every bite
Finally we're coming home

Oh, we suffered in silence
Through storms and through violence
We stayed our way
The waves have subsided
Clouds have divided
(I found) found a reason to survive
Found the will to stay alive
That will be the last thing that we do
Heading for summer
Back home for summer

Everybody's coming home for summer (everybody)
Battlefields a thousand miles away
What a feeling (what a feeling)
Taste the freedom (taste the freedom)
There with every bite
Finally we're coming home
Oh, we're coming home
Oh, I'm coming home


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Coming Home for Summer" as written by Jonathan Quarmby James Arthur

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