“Take Me Home,” I Know You’ve Always Loved Me, I Was Just Stupid.

Have you ever experienced being close friends with someone that wants to be more than a friend, but you just don’t see the potential for something more or you are afraid of ruining the friendship? Even though they are always there for you, you still keep going back or staying with someone else who doesn’t deserve you. Well, I wrote about it. If I could go back to high school and make different decisions. If I only knew then what I know now, things would be so much different. Or would they?

“Take Me Home” Written by ME: Copyright 2017
All of my songs are recorded with the Library of Congress of the United States of America. Just sayin’.

I’m not the kind of woman
who’d fall for anything.
Yet I fell for him again,
and again he made a fool of me.

My friend, I can call  you anytime,
to meet for a drink at a local dive.
Leave my pain at the door,
and count on you to drive.

Under this crazy moon,
I feel as lonely as the night could be.
I have you my friend.
Why do you make me feel so complete?

Come on, take me home.
It’s cold outside
and I don’t want to be alone.
There’s a full moon rising
above my heart tonight.

Take me home.
He broke my heart,
left me crying by the fireside.
I need you to  hold me now,
and show me everything will be alright.

Your not the kind of man
who’d take advantage of me.
I’ve known you for so many years,
we are close as twin flames could be.

Maybe the best of friends
is exactly what love should be.
Our bond is built on trust,
we give each other what we need.

Under this crazy moon
I feel as lonely as the night could be.
I always knew how you really felt,
but I don’t know what you see in me.

Come on, take me home.
It’s cold outside
and I don’t want you to be alone.
There’s a full moon rising
above our hearts tonight.

Take me home.
He broke my heart
left me crying by the fireside.
We have each other now
We know that everything will be alright.

 

 

 

 

 

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