Welcome Home.

It has been a long time and I haven’t been into a chamber of thoughts to fill myself, my heart, my brain, my wishes and my blog with surprisingly beautiful words and chains of aspiration linked to it.
Recently, I heard this beautiful song with even beautiful lyrics which I would like to share. The special thing about this particular song is that whenever you listen to it, you would feel as if you have heard this before. Maybe it was used in some clip before or it just welcomes you to your home.
I am amazed to feel that it is not just places, people, things and emotions that make you feel homely, there is a set of chords linked with words, commonly called music, can be so homely and lively.
Welcome Home by Radical Face:
Lyrics:
Sleep don’t visit, so I choke on sun, and the days blur into one
And the backs of my eyes hum with things I’ve never done
Sheets are swaying from an old clothesline
Like a row of captured ghosts over old dead grass
Was never much, but we’ve made the most
Welcome home
Ships are launching from my chest
Some have names but most do not
If you find one, please let me know what piece I’ve lost
Peel the scars from off my back
I don’t need them anymore
You can throw them out or keep them in your mason jars
I’ve come home
All my nightmares escape my head
Bar the door, please don’t let them in
You were never supposed to leave
Now my head’s splitting at the seams
And I don’t know if I can
Here, beneath my lungs
I feel your thumbs
Press into my skin again
Song link: https://youtu.be/Xoz-YIssgg4
Do share your reviews of the song in the comment section below.
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