Texas Renegade - Coming Home Lyrics






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Coming Home Lyrics

Well its 32 degrees
Ainít seen the sun in seven days
Iím five miles east where the Balcones breaks
It gets light and dark again
I get so high that Iím right back down again

I saw your face on the TV screen
I read your name in a magazine
I heard your voice on the radio
I canít believe that I let you go
Where the stars are burning out like kerosene
Youíre here tonight in every one of my dreams
And Iíve come to hate the things I know
Cause I miss you, and I donít believe youíre ever coming home.

I fall for you quicker, than the winter sun in the western plains
My mind gets sicker, but your memory remains
Where ever you are, thatís where I wanna be
Not alone in this bar on Fredericksburg and 7th street

I saw your face on the TV screen
I read your name in a magazine
I heard your voice on the radio
I canít believe that I let you go
Stars are burning out like kerosene
Youíre here tonight in every one of my dreams
And Iíve come to hate the things I know
Cause I miss you, and I donít believe youíre ever coming home.

Well I canít pretend I donít know where youíve been
Or where youíll be sleeping tonight
I canít drown it in sin, down underneath the deep end of my soul
No matter how hard I try

I saw your face on the TV screen
I read your name in a magazine
I heard your voice on the radio
I canít believe that I let you go
Stars are burning out like kerosene
Youíre here tonight in every one of my dreams
Iíve come to hate the things I know
Cause I miss you, and I donít believe youíre ever coming home.

So I miss you, and I donít believe youíre ever coming home.

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