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Capo 4.
Strum bass notes nearing end of second verse.


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          Coming Home...

The other day I found myself upon the corner
Thought I'd run into a friend of mine.
Ended up that he was just a stranger,
Said, "hello," as he passed me by.

But then he turned and put a gun to my head,
He said, "My friend, I'm gonna rob you blind."
I said, "You must be down on your luck, I'm outta money and I'm all outta time."

He pulled the trigger and I fell to my knees,
My spirit left and then my body went cold.
I'm lookin down upon the lights of the city,
I feel alive but I'm dead and gone.

Ain't no more beggin on the side of the road,
No more sleepin on the edge of a frown.
Ain't no more favours from someone I don't know
'Cause there ain't nobody near me,
Nobody's around.

Hallelujah, coming home,
Hallelujah, he's dead and gone,
Hallelujah, something's wrong,

So tell me now if your singing can bring me
Another day with my feet on the ground.
I miss livin and livin misses me,
I miss it so much that I'm holdin me down.
For all the things that I never could change,
For all the reasons that I never understood and why
I feel alone, baby,
I'm dead and gone, baby,
Something's wrong 'cause you know I still feel alive.
My train is rollin down the line
And I'mma wait until it bring me to dream of holding you up in my eyes.
Oh feel my love, honey,
From up above, honey,
But don't give up on me 'cause I'm comin down.
I'm not a one-nighter,
I'm not a flat-liner,
I'm everything 'tween the harmonies that you're singin loud.

Hallelujah, coming home
Hallelujah, he's dead and gone
Hallelujah, something's wrong
Hallelujah, it's just a song

The other day I found myself upon the corner,
Thought I'd run into a friend of mine.

from Jack B.
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