Never Comin' Home by Carson Henley

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  • Artist: Carson Henley
  • Title: Never Comin' Home
  • Genre: R'n'B - Classic/Soul, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/5/2010
  • Lyric themes: Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Love Lost, Moving On Letting Go
  • Lyrics: You needed time apart You really broke my heart You thought you could do, without me and you Our love was the prize In everyone’s eyes How could you say, there was no reason to stay And ever since that day You got up and ran away I turned my back and moved on from you Let’s get this straight Yes it’s okay You’ve made a mistake You miss me and you feel so alone But I’ve paid my dues Now stand in my shoes I’ll leave them with you Cause I’m never ever coming back home You say I’m you rock But why should I talk When you left with that grin, while holding hands with him The damage is done My new live’s begun I’m back in the game, and you should do the same And ever since that day You got up and ran away I turned my back and moved on from you Let’s get this straight Yes it’s okay You’ve made a mistake You miss me and you feel so alone But I’ve paid my dues Now stand in my shoes I’ll leave them with you Cause I’m never ever coming back home Never thought that it would come to this Sittin’ here wondering why I can’t remember your kiss Wait I remember Baby! Cause ever since that day you You got up and ran away I I turned my back and moved on from you Let’s get this straight Yes it’s okay You’ve made a mistake You miss me and you feel so alone But I’ve paid my dues Now stand in my shoes I’ll leave them with you Cause I’m never ever coming back home
  • Keywords: funky, soulful, Bass, Guitar, Motown
  • Ending type: End Sustain

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