Verse 1

So this is where you grew up to become this wonderful man.

I wish I could worship this place, preserve it with my bare hands.

Your old toy gun, your old coffee mug,

The air feels so warm against my shrug.

The bed feels just right under my palms.

And I feel so at peace in your arms.

Chorus

That's why somewhere in the middle of making out,

The untamed part of me dares to dream out loud.

That maybe someday we'll have a home like this,

That maybe someday we'll find complete bliss.

So now there's nothing that you can say

To successfully push me away,

Because I'll stick around for that day,

I promise.

Verse 2

So this is the kitchen, you hold the door, let me take a peak.

And it breaks my heart to see it covered in cobwebs so thick.

I like this place, like the window panes,

Remind me to fix that clock again.

Scattered on the table, your mum's combs,

Nothing's ever felt this much like home.

Chorus

That's why somewhere in the middle of making out,

The untamed part of me dares to dream out loud.

That maybe someday we'll have a home like this,

That maybe someday we'll find complete bliss.

So now there's nothing that you can say

To successfully push me away,

Because I'll stick around for that day,

I promise.

Bridge

Oh baby, I can spend the rest of my life here,

I don't need anything but you, let's be clear.

I feel you breathe against my skin,

And I wonder, all my life, where have you been?

Chorus

That's why somewhere in the middle of making out,

The untamed part of me dares to dream out loud.

That maybe someday we'll have a home like this,

That maybe someday we'll find complete bliss.

So now there's nothing that you can say

To successfully push me away,

Because I'll stick around for that day,

I promise.