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(Music by Curtis Fowlkes, Lyrics by Ray Dobbins and Roy Nathanson)
From the 1994 Jazz Passengers album In Love.
Slow birds
No breeze
Iron hearts
Rust in streams

Long march
Small crimes
Soft words
W h i s p e r
It's time to come home - your eyes
To bring back - your charms
To sit real still
In my arms

Clocks tick
Trees pound
Lions roar
On empty streets

Long lists
In black and white
(S h h) red words
That read like the Fourth of July
You're home
Look at me
You're home
Uhuh
You're home
In my arms



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