Halfway Home – Nerina Pallot (with lyrics)

Halfway Home by Nerina Pallot from the album Fires. Nerina Pallot’s Official Website: nerinapallot.com Nerina’s Official You Tube Channel: youtube.com LYRICS: I’ve got a quarter in my pocket of an apple left to eat: It’s a wonder that I’m standing on my own two feet. In the shadow of a thousand veiled Victorian goodbyes Jewels of litter come to greet me, and it stings my eyes. Oh it burns like a fire and it pulls me through- We are parted by desire for the strange and new. I’ve got a quarter in my pocket, I’m advancing to the booth, I am picking up and praying that I talk to you. And now, I’m halfway home, I’m at the corner of our street, Would you like to come and meet me? Now that I am halfway home Man, I never felt so lonely- I long for you to hold me now I’m home. Somedays, there was comfort as a stranger far from home Sometimes, a hunger and a longing not to be alone. Imagining emotion in each man that I would meet- But it was physics, and subtraction, to an ancient beat. Oh, it burned like a fire and I wore it so… We are tied up in desire and we won’t let go. Well, I’ve no quarter in my pocket of no apple left to eat; I am running, I am running and I can’t feel my feet. And now, I’m halfway home, I’m at the corner of our street, Would you like to come and meet me? Now that I’m halfway home Man, I never felt so lonely- I long for you to hold me now I’m home Now I’m home, home is where I wanna be, Now I’m home, home is where I’m gonna be. Past the church and

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Nerina Pallot – Halfway Home

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