Never Coming Home
By Lady Glass

Black ink pouring from the night sky
As the tires hit the water of the ground
The red lights reflecting on the road
Breaking the mirror like you're breaking my heart

You're moving on and leaving home
And it doesn't matter how much I cry
You're never coming home, never coming back
It doesn't matter how much I cry, never coming home

White roses, black lilies, raining through the trees
The red leaves are departing from their branches
And as the ship leaves its port, so do you
My rock, though it all has broken to bits

You're moving on and leaving home
And it doesn't matter how hard I fall
You're never coming home, never coming back
It doesn't matter how hard I fall, never coming home

The droplets of ice hitting my window
The city lights shining down on your face
Standing by your side, you're all alone, all alone
Spring is coming, winter's leaving, December just another month

You're moving on and leaving home
And it doesn't matter how much it hurts
You're never coming home, never coming back
It doesn't matter how much it hurts, never coming home

You're moving on and leaving home
And it doesn't matter how much I cry
You're never coming home, never coming back
It doesn't matter how much I cry, never coming home