Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

Back Home Where It Belongs


Verse 1

I touch you-my friend
it takes my breath away
so close to you

Verse 2

This is my heart
you hold it in your hands
it's full of love unconditional

Chorus

I shouldn't have touched you-so completely
now I know I can't let go
But it's so sweet-so completely
to be this way with you
Such a long time coming
now I don't have to wait anymore
You have brought
life and love
back home where it belongs

Verse 3

And if tomorrow-the sun should never rise again
let this night know
that I was unable to say no

Verse 4

I lost myself in you
and I don't want to be found
If this is all I am ever to know again
than let it be told-

Chorus

I shouldn't have touched you-my friend
now I know I can't let go
But it's so sweet-so completely
to be this way with you
Such a long time coming
now I don't have to wait anymore
You have brought
life and love
back home where it belongs

Bridge

Chorus

I shouldn't have touched you-my friend
now I know I can't let go
But it's so sweet-so completely
to be this way with you
Such a long time coming
now I don't have to wait anymore
You have brought
life and love
back home where it belongs-

Submitted: Friday, October 06, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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