Take Me Home

Phil Collins

Take that look of worry, I'm an ordinary man
They don't tell me nothing, so I find out all I can
There's a fire that's been burning right outside my door
I can't see but I feel it, and it helps to keep me warm

So I, I don't mind
No I, I don't mind

Seems so long I've been waiting, still don't know what for
There's no point in escaping, I don't worry anymore
I can't come out to find you, I don't like to go outside
They can turn off my feelings like they're turning off the light

But I, I don't mind
No I, I don't mind
Oh I, I don't mind
No I, I don't mind

So take, take me home
'Cause I don't remember
Take, take me home
'Cause I don't remember
Take, take me home
Oh, Lord

'Cause I've been a prisoner all my life, and I can see you

Take that look of worry, mine's an ordinary life
Working when it's daylight and sleeping when it's night
I've got no far horizons, I don't wish upon no star
They don't think that I listen, ah, but I know who they are

And I, I don't mind
No I, I don't mind
Oh I, I don't mind
No I, I don't mind

So take, take me home
'Cause I don't remember
Take, take me home
'Cause I don't remember
Take, take me home
'Cause I don't remember
Take, take me home
Oh, Lord

But I've been a prisoner all my life, and I can see you
But I don't remember, take, take me home

'Cause I don't remember, take, take me home

Written by: Phil Collins
Subtitled by Bruno. Revised by 2 people.
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