Comin Home to You

Song Length 3:31 Genre Blues - General

Lyrics

Coming Home To You

A lover from my distant past
From Dallas beckoned me
Got into my pickup
and drove reluctantly
Danced with my temptations
But I couldn't be untrue
I got as far as Austin
But I'm coming home to you

Headed north on 35
From San Antonio
Destination Dallas
For one last rodeo
Stripped of inhibition
Until I got a clue
Got as far as Austin
But I'm coming home to you

A man must fight temptation
In a battle everyday
If he let's his guard down
It's Hell he's gonna pay
Closing in on Dallas
Revealed a different view
Got as far as Austin
But I'm coming home to you

Well I'm headed north on 35
From San Antonio
Destination Dallas
For one last rodeo
Stripped of inhibition
Until I got a clue
I got as far as Austin
But I coming home to you

She thought that I went fishing
With my buddies on the lake
Guess that is the reason
I feel lower than a snake
This time my conscience won
But the Devil will ensue
I never could survive
What I was about to do

(Instrumental)

Well I'm headed north on 35
From San Antonio
Destination Dallas
For one last rodeo
Stripped of inhibitions
Until I got a clue
Got as far as Austin
But I'm coming home to you
To you----To you

Comin Home to You" by Charles Edmund Carter is a blues song that tells a story of a man who struggles with temptation while on the road, but ultimately chooses to return home to his lover.

Charles Edmund Carter is on the verge of becoming a top writer.

The concept story line of "Comin' Home To You" is good as it follows the title well. There is room for improving in technical issues before it's submitted or published. Know that it may fit into many places once those issues are addressed. Good luck Charles and I look forward to hearing more of your work here in the Pro Reviewing section of BJ's website.

A throwback with universal longing at the heart of the hook, this is solid, timeless songwriting.

Lyrics Charles Edmund Carter & Joe W. Milton Music Charles Edmund Carter & Joe W. Milton
Producer Charles Edmund Carter & Joe W. Miton Publisher Jo-Musik
Performance Joe W. Milton & Loralai Milton

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