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How long till you come to the end of your reckless streak?
How long till the freedom weighs you down?
How long till your heart figures out that you need Me?
How long until you turn around?

(Chorus) When you come back home I'll be running out to meet you;
When you come back home you'll find that I've never left you.
You'll see every wrong turn, every bridge you've burned is all forgiven and
Gone when you come back home, when you come back home.

I wanna see that face that I've been missing so much.
I want to wrap My arms around your neck.
I want to welcome you back to the place where you belong.
I want to show you love has never left.

When you come back home I'll be running out to meet you;
When you come back home you'll find that I've never left you.
You'll see every wrong turn, every bridge you've burned is all forgiven and
Gone when you come back home, when you come back home.

I've paid the price, so have no fear.
There's nothing but mercy here.

When you come back home I'll be running out to meet you;
When you come back home you'll find that I've never left you.
You'll see every wrong turn, every bridge you've burned is all forgiven and
Gone when you come back home, when you come back home.

Mercy is waiting... When you come back home.



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