Christina Conseco

Rookie (May 27,1993 / Bronx, NY)

Home II


Another aeroplane
Another sunny place
I'm lucky I know
But I wanna go home
Mmmm I've got to go home

Let me come home
I'm just too far from where you are
I wanna come home

And I feel just like I'm living someone else's life
Its like I just stepped outside when everything was going right
And I know why you could not come with me
But this was not your dream but you always believed in me

Another winter day has come and gone away and even Paris and Rome and I wanna go home
Let me go home

And I'm surrounded by a million people
I still feel alone
Oh, let me go home
Oh, I miss you, you know

Let me go home
I've had my run
Baby I'm done
I gotta go home
Let me go home

It'll all be alright
I'll be home tonight
I'm coming back home

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008

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  • Rookie Barbara Terry (4/10/2008 6:12:00 PM)

    Go back home, Christina, to the love of your heart, and this time, never let him go. Love is the essence of the universe that keeps us going, believeing that we are loved too. May the force of love guide you.

    Love & hugs,
    Barbara (Report) Reply

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