Dakota mill - Home

Fold our hands while we sit by the table
Close our eyes and speak your fables
Drink your wine without reading the label
Serve our food but it already became cold
Oh, I want to go home
Antique chairs and a hand built table
Picture frames on the wall hang too low
Nothing on the counter but an empty fruit bowl
Bread in the pantry but it's growing blue mold
Oh, please come home
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
Nothing in the room but an old turntable
The music played from the crackling vinyl
A smell in the air but it's hard to describe though
Musty and dry and reminds me of old hope
Oh, please take me home
A sudden loud noise coming straight from the window
A single glance sees a wounded sparrow
The circle of life is not easily controlled
Survival of the fittest surely can be quite cold
Oh, where is my home
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
Time for a rest
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
Oh, where is my home
Oh, where is my home
Oh, where is my home
Oh, where is my home
I remember every word you said before you left
You're working hard to get away but it is time for a rest
Time for a rest

Writers: BENJAMIN PAUL DOUGHERTY , PETER WILLIAM COLLINS

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group , DistroKid

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