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Home Grown – Hope Sinks lyrics

Floating on the water
Arms out, waiting here for you to swim with me
Destined to discover
Something that I can't explain
Can you hear me?

I am calling out your name (I'm calling out your name)
I'm left without a trace
Do you feel incomplete?

You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me?)
You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me today?)

Drifting, I am keeping
Headstrong not giving up but I'm failing (But I'm failing)
Hopes sinks underwater
Can't find any sign of you
I'm drowning

I am calling out your name (I'm calling out your name)
You left me incomplete
I'll never be the same

You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me?)
You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me?)
And I can't live on anymore (Will you save me?)
You're gone and I'm waiting here alone
Waiting here alone

Will you save me?
Nooooooo

You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me?)
You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me?)
And I can't live on anymore (Will you save me?)
You're gone and I'm waiting here alone (Will you save me today?)



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/h/home_grown/hope_sinks.html

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