Come Back vs. Go Back
People often get "come back" and "go back" confused.
Come back means to return to a place you are IN.
(siesta: an afternoon nap (short sleep) especially in warm countries; you can say “have a siesta” or “take a siesta”)
Go back means to return to a place you are NOT in.
Here’s an easy way to remember “come back” vs. “go back”:
The letter “c” is closer to the beginning of the alphabet than the letter “g”. If you “come back”, you are returning to a place you are in. That is closer than to “go back”, to return to a place that you are not in.