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Andy Burrows – Hometown lyrics

He's got his walls and his ways
Waves are gone, he has his days
Has a lot on his mind too bad
He's only happy if he's sad
He has his canons which he fires
The only boy I know who cannot cry.

I can see the ground I can't see you
Can see our hometown I can't see you
Leave the lights on when I go
So I can watch you down below.

He had his loves and his loss
There were bridges he had to cross
We have bridges that we burn
And had so much we had to learn.

He has his canons which he fires
The only boy I know who cannot cry
I can see the ground I can't see you
Can see our hometown I can't see you
Leave the lights on when I go
So I can watch you down below.

The only boy I know who cannot cry
I can see the ground I can't see you
Can see our hometown I can't see you
Leave the lights on when I go
So I can watch you down below



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