Home Sweet Home

Album: Tears, Lies, and Alibis (2010)
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  • Airport travel, weather's fine
    Even though it's snowing
    Take a seat, rest my head
    Runway lights are showing
    Dream a dream, then I see
    I know where I'm going

    Going home
    Home sweet home

    Sick and tired of hotel rooms
    I can't stand my suitcase
    Everybody looks the same
    Worn out broken faces
    I feel like I'm out of place
    Although the sun is golden

    Going home
    Home sweet home

    I know I've seen that man before
    Back and forth to distant shores
    Daylight starts and night begins
    I don't know what state I'm in

    I hear a voice in my head
    Must be getting closer
    I guess this bird's about to land
    I left the back gate open

    Going home
    Home sweet home Writer/s: Shelby Lynne Moorer
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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