Come On Home (Honeyhoney)

If we sit here in silence the rain will never come This bone dry desert land it beats us like a drum And these unspoken words Are swimming in our bellies drowning love Won't you come on home my love Won't you come on home You used to wake me gently softly calling out my name The simple bed we'd lie on held our hearts up with its frame Weeds out on the front porch Dying leaves down in the basement drain Won't you come on home my love Won't you come on home We're looking down on silent streets for roses in the dirt We'll kick this like a dead horse but it only makes it worse We're hitchhiking for a ride one at a time You know damn well I'm going first Won't you come on home my love Won't you come on home If we sit here in silence the rain would never come This bone dry desert land beats us like a drum And these unspoken words Are swimming in our bellies drowning love