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U2 Song Lyrics

A Sort Of Homecoming


And you know it's time to go
through the sleet and driving snow
across the fields of mourning to a
light that's in the distance

And you hunger for the time
time to heal, 'Desire', time
and you earth moves beneath
your own dream landscape

Oh, oh, on borderland we run
I'll be there, I'll be there
tonight, a highroad, a highroad out from here

The city walls are all come down
The dust a smoke screen all around
See faces ploughed like fields that once
Gave no resistance

And we live by the side of the road
on the side of a hill as the valleys explode
Dislocated, suffocated
The land grows weary of its own

Oh, oh, on borderland we run
And still we run, we run and don't look back
I'll be there, I'll be there
Tonight, tonight

The wind will crack in wintertime
This bomb-blast lightning waltz
No spoken words, just a scream . . .

Tonight we'll a bridge across the sea and land
See the sky, the burning rain
She will die and live again
Tonight

And your heart beats so slow
Through the rain and fallen snow
Across the fields of mourning
To a light that's in the distance
Oh don't sorrow, no don't weep
For tonight, at last
I am coming home
I am coming home

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