"Weeks, day, hours, minutes
('till I'll be home)."

A kiss on the cheek in the old town park
Carved your name in the shape of a heart
Walked together, hand in hand
I didn't feel the rain

And there's a picture, girl
That hangs inside my mind
And there's a letter, girl
Saying I'm doing fine
And there's a picture, girl
That hangs inside my mind
And there's a letter, girl
Saying I'm doing fine

And I'm coming home now
It's been so long now
Gonna get there somehow
Praying you'll be there
And I'm coming home now
it's been so long now
Gonna get there somehow
Praying you'll be there

"Weeks, days ('till I'll be home)".

Children on the street still playing their games
Smiles on their faces have never changed
I hope it's all the same
I didn't leave in vain

And there's a picture, girl
That hangs inside my mind
And there's a letter, girl
Saying I'm doing fine
And there's a picture, girl
That hangs inside my mind
And there's a letter, girl
Saying I'm doing fine (on my way...)

And I'm coming home now
It's been so long now
Gonna get there somehow
Praying you'll be there
Coming home now
It's been so long now
Gonna get there somehow
And this is where I'll stay...

(Dear the close ones
I remember seeing
Here in my heart and overseas
I feel you close and not so far
Soon we'll be together
And this time, it's forever)

Coming home now
Been so long now
Gonna get there somehow
Praying you'll be there...


Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

Coming Home Now Lyrics as written by Martin Sean Brannigan Keith Peter Thomas Francis Joh Duffy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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