Corey Fauchon

(2/10/1991 / Newcastle, NSW, Australia)

Come Back


I wonder if I keep holding out
Would you remember my promise?
Promise to stay true and loyal,
So wherever you are, come back

Will the light shine through?
Through this broken roof,
Guide me to where you are
So wherever you are, come back

I’ve been planning out all I’d say,
Whenever our paths cross together
I’ll keep hoping for you’re return,
Keep hoping you that would come back

If I don’t completely fall apart,
Will the memories of us stay clear?
So, back then, you had to go
Go and I remained here

But the strangest thing to date,
How so far away you remain
And yet you feel so very close
I’m not going to question any other way

So wherever you now are
Just know, you can come home
It’s going to be fine
I’ll be here, so come back

Submitted: Friday, May 06, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 06, 2011

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