MONKEES


Long Way Home Lyrics

by Bobby Hart & Dick Eastman
The other night I took the long way home,
Out past the old schoolyard,
It's funny how you keep it all inside,
Dreams they do die hard.
I closed my eyes and I could see your face
Somewhere back in time,
One summer night a million miles ago,
Back when you were mine.
Say yes, say no,
Say that I'm grabbing at shadows,
But, don't carve the words in stone,
I know it's late,
But, can't you see I was only
Taking the long way home?
Sometimes its easy to get all wrapped up
In trying to be free,
And all those dreams I sailed away to find,
Were right in front of me.
Say yes, say no,
Say that I'm grabbing at shadows,
But, don't carve the words in stone,
One of these days,
You're going to see I was only
Taking the long way home.
Although the letters stopped many years ago,
I'll show you even time could not keep this heart from letting go.
The other night I took the long way home,
Out past the old schoolyard,
It's funny how you keep it all inside,
Dreams they do die hard.
Say yes, say no,
Say that I'm grabbing at shadows,
But, don't leave me here all alone,
One of these days,
You're going to see I was only
Taking the long way home.
Say yes, say no,
But, don't leave me here all alone,
One of these days,
You're going to see I was only
Taking the long way home.
Say yes, say no,
But, don't leave me here all alone,
One of these days,
You're going to see I was only
Taking the long way home.

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Songwriter(s): Eastman Allan Richard, Hart Bobby
Publisher(s): Dick Eastman Music, Copyright Control
Record Label(s): 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing A Warner Music Group Company
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