Brianna King


No Place Like Home


I am going to run away
I can't stand the place where I am living now
They say there is no place like home
But what happens (what happens)
If they don't want you there?

No place like home
No place like home
That is where I like to be
But my family doesn't want me
No one [really] loves me
But I want to go home

When you think like this
Close your eyes and think again
What is out there?
(*low voice* robbers, killers, rapists)
That is not were I want to be

No place like home
No place like home
That is where I like to be
But my family doesn't want me
No one [really] loves me
But I want to go home

Runaway, runaway as far as you can
Runaway, runaway and never look back
But never forget (never forget)
There is no place
No place (no place)
No place like home

Think before you do it
You might
Never
Never
Never
Live in a family again

No place like home
No place like home
That is where I like to be
But my family doesn't want me
No one [really] loves me
But I want to go home

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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  • Rookie Faith Fimano (4/23/2012 6:08:00 PM)

    Wow i can't belive no one has complemented on this yet this is amazsing.10 for sure :) (Report) Reply

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