Home Is a Wounded Heart

Album: Beautiful Noise (1976)

Songfacts®:

  • Diamond wrote this about the breakup of his first marriage, and his feelings of guilt associated with not being there for his first wife and their two daughters. Diamond's home life suffered as his career took off in the late '60s.

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