Take me home, but not home.

It’s so much easier to avoid opening the door to the chaos than to find words that describe the subjects that you don’t even want to admit.

“Wrapped up, so consumed by all this hurt.
If you ask me, don’t know where to start…
Anger, love, confusion;
Roads that go nowhere.
I know there’s somewhere better,
‘Cause you always take me there

Came to you with a broken faith –
Gave me more than a hand to hold.
Caught before I hit the ground,
Tell me I’m safe, you’ve got me now.

Would you take the wheel
If I lose control?
If I’m lying here
Will you take me home?

Could you take care of a broken soul?
Will you hold me now?
Oh, will you take me home?

Hold the gun to my head, count 1, 2, 3;
If it helps me walk away, then it’s what I need.
Every minute gets easier
The more you talk to me.
You rationalize my darkest thoughts
You set them free.

Came to you with a broken faith –
Gave me more than a hand to hold.
Caught before I hit the ground,
Tell me I’m safe, you’ve got me now.

Would you take the wheel
If I lose control?
If I’m lying here
Will you take me home?

Could you take care of a broken soul?
Will you hold me now?
Will you take me home?

You say space will make it better,
And time will make it heal.
I won’t be lost forever,
And soon I wouldn’t feel,
Like I’m haunted, oh, falling

Would you take the wheel
If I lose control?
If I’m lying here
Will you take me home?

Could you take care of a broken soul?
Will you hold me now?
Will you take me home?”

-“Take Me Home” by Jess Glynne

🤍,

Bailey

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