Take Me Home

Album: New Jerusalem (1997)
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Songfacts®:

  • This was featured in the Rick Schroeder film Murder At Devil's Glen/What We Did That Night that was released in 1999. New Jerusalem is a Christian rock band signed to Gray Dot/Bulletproof/Bulletboy Records. The song speaks of a yearning to join Christ in heaven, yet that seems to have little to do with the murder plot of the movie-of-the-week.
  • The song was penned by Thurane Aung Khin with a small assist from Randy Householder, both members of New Jerusalem. "Take Me Home" reached #32 on the Christian Rock chart. >>
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    Jimmy - Franklin, TN, for above 2

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  • Christopher from United StatesGood day! I just came here to see your page and I find this interesting one. This was featured in the Rick Schroeder film Murder At Devil's Glen/What We Did That Night that was released in 1999.
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