Album: It's Time (2005)
Charted: 31 72
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  • Another summer day
    Has come and gone away
    In Paris and Rome
    But I wanna go home, mmm

    Son circondato da
    Mille persone da
    Fa male perché
    Non sto insieme a te
    A casa da te

    And I've been keeping all the letters
    That I wrote to you
    Each one a line or two
    I'm fine baby, how are you?

    Le manderei ma forse sono troppo semplici
    Parole un po' fragili
    Ti meriti più di così

    Un altro viaggio e poi
    Verso nei sogni miei
    Ma adesso vorrei tornare da te
    A casa da te

    Let me go home
    I'm just too far
    From where you are
    I wanna come home

    E lo so che ti sembrava incredibile
    Ma adesso io sono qui
    Com'è bello sorprenderti

    And I know just why you could not
    Come along with me
    That this was not your dream
    But you always believed in me

    Un'altra notte ormai
    È andata ma vorrei
    Ancora stare con te
    A casa da te
    A un paso da te

    And I'm surrounded by
    A million people I
    I still feel alone
    Oh, let me go home
    Oh, I miss you, you know

    Io tornerò (let me go home)
    A casa da te
    Non piangere
    Ritornerò

    Let me go home (let me go home)
    It'll all be all right
    I'll be home tonight
    I'm coming back home Writer/s: Alan Pei Jei Chang, Amy Skylark Foster Gillies, Michael Steven Buble
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Capitol CMG Publishing, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Roba Music Verlag GMBH, Royalty Network, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 9

  • Jamesmorrison from Ny UsaMichael Bublé is considered a standards singer, and it doesn't get any more standard than Frank Sinatra.
  • Deborah R Miller from North Carolina I fell in love with song when I heard it on a commercial about this young man wanted to go home and it captured my heart, because I haven't seen my family over 20 to 30 yrs, and I miss them so much. I want to buy this song and play it until the music and words fade out! LOL
  • Kevin from Sarasota, FlA note for those confused by the reuse of song titles, "Home" was also a #2 US Country hit in 1959 for Jim Reeves. It was written by Roger Miller, who also recorded it on the 1966 "Words and Music" album.
  • Claire from Miller's, MdThey played Michael Buble's version of Save The Last Dance For Me at my 8th grade dance back in May.
  • Nikita from Drogheda, IrelandMichael Buble is one of the best singers ever! I have all of his albums. He's just a classic. He only ever wrote 3 songs, 'Home', 'Lost' and 'Everything', but he covered many other swing classics.
  • Krista from Carbondale, PaThis is a really great song and Michael has an amazing voice for it!
  • Kate from Oneonta, NyThis song is so sad. I definately know how he must have felt being away from his girlfriend. I def. felt the same pain when my boyfriend was in Iraq. He actually made the Blake Shelton remake his myspace profile song. The video also just makes it more sad, when you see people reuniting, and there's soldiers coming home. Its a great song, but yet sad.
  • Landon from Winchester, OhBlake Shelton covered this song on the deluxe version of his album "Pure BS".
  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdMost of Michael Buble's songs are older standards.
    "Home" was one of the first original songs he did. He is now known as the "modern day Sinatra" and even did a back to back CD with Sinatra (of course he's been dead for about ten years)
    David Foster met Buble when he was singing at a wedding about eight years ago.
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