Home Life (Acoustic (Live at the Shoreline Amphitheater)) (Acoustic (Live at the Shoreline Amphitheater))

Home Life (Acoustic (Live at the Shoreline Amphitheater)) (Acoustic (Live at the Shoreline Amphitheater))

John Mayer

I think I'm gonna stay home
Have myself a little home life
Sitting in the slow-mo
And listening to the daylight
I am not a nomad
I am not a rocket man
I was born a house cat
By the slight of my mother's hand

I think I'm gonna stay home

I want to live in the center of a circle
I want to live on the side of a square
I used to be in my M-Z now
You'll never find me 'cause my name isn't there

Home life
Been holding out for the home life
My whole life

I want to see the end game
I want to learn her last name
Finish on a Friday
And sit in traffic on the highway
See, I refuse to believe
That my life's gonna be
Just some string of incompletes
Never lead me to anything remotely close to a home life

Been holding out for the home life
My whole life

I can tell you this much
I will marry just once
And if it doesn't work out
Give her half of my stuff
It's fine with me
We said eternity
And I will go to my grave
With the life that I gave
Not just some melody line
On a radio wave
It dissipates
And soon evaporates
But home life doesn't change

I want to live in the center of a circle
I want to live on the side of a square
I'd love to walk where we both can talk but
I've got to leave you 'cause my ride is here

Home life
You keep the home life
You take the home life
I'll come back for the home life
I promise

Written by MAYER, JOHN / LABRUYERE, DAVID
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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