Hontonnu Dominic


Home is where our bed is


We can fight all we want
You may even call me names
Telling me how much you hate me
But home is where our bed is


Home is where you forgive me
Home is where i let go of all the pain
Home is where we come to
When we show all our love

You can tell me how stupid i was
I can even show you all my anger
I can vent thru you
And you will feel like walking away

But home is where our bed is
And our bed we most come to
There i will tell you how sorry i was
And there you will forgive without no holding back

You can tell your friend
How bad I've treated you
You can even make some up
And they find it hard to forgive me

But baby home is where our bed is
Home is where you take my crip and still says i love you this man
Home is where you tell your friends that they are wrong
Home is where you tell them all to go to hell

Home Is where we wake up to
Home Is where you forgive
Home Is where you don't sleep 0n me baby
Home Is where our heart is

H0me is where all doors are closed!
Curtains are drawn!
Blinds are shielded! And 'its just you and me
Home is where you forgive no matter how big the sin is
Cause home is love
And i love you!

Submitted: Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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