The Hometowns

One Album

This Brooklyn duo uses organic instrumentation and nostalgic lyrics to bring the feelings and themes of growing up to life. Simplicity at it's finest.

Music

One song
Song
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02:28

Lyrics:

You used to count our days back home beneath the summer rain on your father’s porch until he came home again I think of all the times we spent and if you feel the same as back on your father’s porch when I carved out both our names when I carved out both our names Now I’m the one who waits for you to come back home Count... days and nights... that I’ll be always here you if you’re alone beneath the summer rains when you come back home And you promised me your love I promised you the same And the blood and sticky sap that your heart surrounds our names Now the june bugs have retired underneath the falling leaves and if that promise isn’t expired then I’ll bring you home to me then I’ll bring you home to me Now I’m the one who waits for you to come back home Count... days and nights... that I’ll be always here you if you’re alone beneath the summer rains when you come back home la la la coming home
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Coming Home (Background Vocals)
Background Vocals
02:28
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Coming Home (Instrumental)
Instrumental
02:28