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lirik lagu gangstagrass – you can never go home again

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i remember 20 years ago i was sitting in that court room
my charges i could not defend
the last thing the judge said to me as he handed down my sentence
was you can never go home again

never go home, never go home
you can never go home again

and i agreed with everything that the judge said
if you come back around, i’m going out like judge dredd
what was in your head when you made those choices?
i can only hope that you were played by voices
and you made the decision not to listened to the one
that was on your side when you started to slide
but mama brought you back home
she was broken down to the bone, ’cause you were gone so long
but now her baby boy is back in the house
you can see the smile on her mouth
i ain’t never seen her this happy
then all of a sudden you disappeared again
she’s crumbling down, the smile is gone from her chin
and she doesn’t know where
and i don’t even care
’cause you broke mama’s heart twice and it ain’t even nice
now i’m surprised as heck that she’s wondering where you went
and i don’t give a d-mn friend

when you’ve done your time and you come back out that doorway
you will not find a loved one or a friend
you may return to the place where the people used to know you
but you can never go home again

never go home, never go home
you can never go home again

the things i have seen would horrify the strongest
when i left home i haven’t been to in the longest
led a life by the sword, was supposed to fall upon it
the kite flew, there was n-body left to correspond with
the million faces either p-ssed or they flipped
so there wasn’t much for me to do except dip
too many years lost off the lives of a snitch
who is lying in a ditch now
left to walk across he land as a mystery
every new town, reinvent a new history
i turned my back on my past just to get to see a new day
reframe my ident-ty
get to sleep at night? man i need a fifth at least
the dirty deeds that i did just to get to eat
melancholy and emptiness
the unseen consequence of the conditions of release

we found a man the other day, just hanging from the ceiling
his sentence was almost at an end
and there on his bed was a note so sad and simple
saying you can never go home again

never go home, never go home
you can never go home again
never go home, never go home
you can never go home again