This place is many things But I'd never... call it home Its just a building in a city Everywhere I go, this place is many things But I can't call it home
Home is the voice that I hear Every night on the phone And I've done a few things I wasn't proud of Might have said a few things that hurt you But you're still the only one who fills me up And every night spent alone was worth it.
[Chorus] You are my home, You are my everything, When I feel so alone, You are my home, you are my shelter When all my hope is gone
And I've seen many tings But they don't look like home, They're just the bright lights from a city flowing all night long, And I've seen many faces but they all look the same
Home is the place you are And I just wanna let you know That I've done a few things, I wasn't proud of Might have said a few things that hurt you But you're still the only one who fills me up And all tears that we've shared were worth it.
You are my home You are my everything When I feel so alone You are my heart, you are the one When it all comes undone, When it all comes undone, When it all comes undone
Writer/s: JOEL BRUYERE, KEN ANDREWS, STEVE AUGUSTINE, TREVOR MCNEVAN
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Blair from Franklin, NjTFK is a completely Christian band and this is about god. If you did research you'd see that they are signed with a completely christian label. (Tooth and Nail) And these songs are played mainly on christian radio stations
Roach from Nowhere, GermanyIt's absurd to say this is about god. It maybe could be, but that's up to everyone on his own. And it's so wrong that TFK only write songs about god. That would be really stupid.
Christian from Unknown, AlAs Thousand Foot Krutch is a Christian band, the message is not about loving a mortal. The message is loving God so much that the Earth is not your home but instead Heaven is your home (you just have not moved in yet).
"Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who is about a revolution, but it doesn't have a happy ending, since in the end the new regime becomes just like the old one. Pete Townshend thought that whoever was in power was destined to become corrupt.