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Far from Home
by Hinder



You said I'm always saying sorry for the same old things
I'm sorry for the drugs and how much I drank
You said I say it so much it doesn't mean anything
I'm sorry, my love, but I had to leave

I hope most of you will never know what it's like to let a love go
Leaving everything at home, everything you've ever known

I can't fix this from a phone
I'm sorry you feel so alone
It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."
So far from home

You keep calling and complaining that I just don't care
Would you say that if I was there?
It's that picture you keep hanging that's causing your tears
I could set you straight if you were here

I hope most of you will never know what it's like to let a love go
Leaving everything at home, everything you've ever known

I can't fix this from a phone
I'm sorry you feel so alone
It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."
I don't want to string you along
And that's why I'm letting you go

It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."
So far from home
And you don't know how many times I talked to you
And I can't count how many foughts of you I fought with you

I don't want to string you along
That's why I'm letting you go
It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."

I can't fix this from a phone
I'm sorry you feel so alone
It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."

I don't want to string you along
That's why I'm letting you go
It's like I told you, "You're better off without me, I'm sick of saying sorry."

So far from home
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written by Howes, Brian / Winkler, Austin / Hanson, Ross
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