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Come Home -- lyrics

I’ve got a funny story here	
I want to share it with you
You see, there’s this little girl I know
Met her just on the outside of town
She said lady will you walk with me
I’m lost and please help me
I don’t know which way to go
Can’t find my mom and dad and bro
And I said someone once walked this 
path with me
And she’s not here anymore
So before I let go, let me walk this path with you

We hold hands and she heard me say
Where have I run all these years?
Where have I gone all these years?
Seems I have nowhere else to go
Seems I don’t know when to let go
Will it be alright if I come home?

She tightly holds my hand and said
Lady I’ll walk this path with you
So come on and don’t let go
We walk and we’ll take it slow
You walk with me and I walk with you

We hold hands and she heard me say
Where have I run all these years?
Where have I gone all these years?
Seems I have nowhere else to go
Seems I don’t know when to let go
Will it be alright if I come home?

This is my stop now, lady
Now it’s time for me to go
I’ll be alright now, this is my home
Now it’s time for you to go home
It’s alright if you don’t let go
Your heart will know when it’s time to go
And I said

Where have I run all these years?
Where have I gone all these years?
Seems I have nowhere else to go
Seems I don’t know when to let go
Will it be alright if I come home? 

Ohhhh oh oh, where have I run all these years?
Where have I gone all these years?
Seems I have nowhere else to go
Seems I don’t know when to let go
Will it be alright if I come home?



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  1. Date: 12/16/2013 11:30:00 PM

    An excellent lyrical narrative, must b d orphan that girl. Pls coment my latest poem too.

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