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Darling Come Back Home

This song is by Barbara Mason and appears on the album I Am Your Woman, She Is Your Wife (1978).

This is the heart that use to feel the joy of waking
I was thankful for each flower, every dream
This hearty eyes that see each new day breaking
And believing it was a gift from God to me
I have found these things inside since you left everything beautiful has died

Come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Everything that I've been living for is gone
Oh baby, won't you come back home
Darling, won't you please come home

I don't know, I don't know what I did to make you leave me
I believe everything you say
If you love someone more than me, if you really love her
She's a thief taking happiness and leaving me emptiness instead

Come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Everything that I've been living for is gone
Oh baby, won't you come back home
Darling, won't you please come home

Don't leave me, I want you
I'm no poet, philosopher or prophet
I've been trying to make my feelings and conversations hold on
You control my thoughts and my body
The pain to pay and I'm losing you makes living hard to do

Come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Cause everything that I've been living for is gone
Oh baby, won't you come back home
'Cause I love you, I need you, baby

Swear I'm no good without you, baby
You've been gone too long
Can't find the strength to carry on

So come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Where you know that you belong
Come back home
Oh sugar, won't you come back home
Darling, won't you please come home

I love you, need you, I want you
Miss you baby
Ain't no living without you, baby
Shouldn't have stayed away too long

Come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Everything that I've been living for is gone
Oh baby, won't you come back home
Darling, won't you bring it on home

Oh baby, don't you know it ain't good for me to sleep all by myself
Need you here, need you here, baby

Come back home
Oh baby, come back home
Everything that I've been living for is gone
Oh baby, won't you come back home
Darling, won't you bring it on home

Written by:

Frank Wilson, K. Errisson, K. Wakefield