Home Now
(G. Stefani, T. Dumont, T. Kanal)

I'm hanging out with me
And you're a vacant chair
A chosen compromise
This space we rarely share


And if you lived here you'd be home now


So what you givin' up for me?
And what shall I give up for you?
Aimless expectations passing by


If you lived here you'd be home now
If you lived here you'd be home now


And to make it real
I need to have you here
I need to have you
I need to hold you


Barren wasted heart
Neglect of normalcy


And if you lived here you'd be home now
Oh if you lived here you'd be home now


And to make it real
I need to have you here
I need to have you
It can't be sincere
Unless you spend time here
I need to see you...


Supervision is what I need
Some consistence, tangibility
Some casual light days
Part of the furniture
I want to take you for granted
And see you regular


So what you givin' up for me?
And what shall I give up for you?
The separations tired, it's been too long


And to make it real
I need to have you here
I need to have you
It can't be sincere
Unless you spend time here
I need to see you
I need you...


Come home now
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