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Ryan Culwell – Won't Come Home lyrics
If you leave you won't come home
There's no treasure worth the chase
The world you know is flat
And once you fall off it's face

You'll find other worlds to roam
But your heart will long for all this space
When you come dragging cross the plains
I hope I recognize your face

Cut up and left out on some island
Crushed into a mountain range
Smeared across a crowded city
Where they mispronounce your name

If you leave you won't come home
'Cause you'll be someone else
You may walk back through these wheatfields
But your heart, will be someplace else

Boy the South is not the Flatlands
Folks up North are kind of strange
I'll be somewhere in an oilfield
Calling out your name

If you leave you won't come home
I know you think that you will
But you'll get used to the weather
The way that some place makes you feel

You'll get washed out in some ocean
Pick up an accent that ain't mine
Fall asleep in some green valley
Drunk on some other country's wine

If you leave you won't come home


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