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Comin' Home-City&Colour

Well I've been down to Georgia,
I've seen the streets in the west,
I've driven down the 90
Oh hell, I've seen Americas best
I've been through the Rockies
Hell, I've seen Saskatoon
I've driven down the highway 1
Just hopin' that I'd see you soon

'cause I'm comin' home
I'm comin' home (x6)

Well I've never been to Alaska
But I can tell you this
I've been to Lincoln, Nebraska
And hell you know it ain't worth shit
I've been through Nova Scotia
Sydney to Halifax
But I'll never take any pictures
'cause I'll know I'll just-a be right back

'cause I'm comin' home
I'm comin' home (x6)

Well I've seen a palace in London
I've seen a castle in Wales
But I'd rather wake up beside you
And breathe that old familiar smell
I never thought you could leave me
I figured I was the one
But I understand your sadness
So I guess I should just hold my tongue

But I'm comin' home
I'm comin' home (x6)

I know that we're taking chances
You told me life was a risk
I just have one last question
Will it be my heart
Or will it be his

Comin' home
I'm comin' home (x6)



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