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Gwyneth Paltrow – Coming Home lyrics

Songwriters: Dipiero, Bob; Douglas, Tom; Lindsey, Hillary; Verges, Troy

It's a four letter word
A place you go to heal your hurt
It's an alter, it's a shelter
One place you're always welcome

A pink flamingo double wide
One bedroom in a high rise
A mansion on a hill
Where the memories always will
Keep you company
Whenever you're alone
After all of my running, I'm finally coming

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home

Well, they say it's where the heart is
And I guess the hardest part is
When your heart is broken
And you're lost out in the great wide open
Looking for a map
Finding your way back

To where you belong
Well, that's where I belong

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home

Home
Home

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home



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