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Taking You Home - (Don Henley/Stan Lynch/Stuart Brawley)

I had a good life
Before you came
I had my friends and my freedom
I had my name
Still there was sorrow and emptiness
'Til you made me glad
Oh, in this love I found strength I never knew I had

1st Chorus:
And this love
Is like nothing I have ever known
Take my hand, love
I'm taking you home
Taking you home

There were days, lonely days
When the world, wouldn't throw me a crumb, no no
But I kept on believing
That this day would come

And this love
Is like nothing I have ever known, no no baby
Take my hand love
I'm taking you home
I'm taking you, home
Where we can be with the ones who really care
Home, where we can grow together
Keep you in, my heart forever

Instrumental (Keyboard)

2nd Chorus:
Oh and this love
Is like nothing I have ever known, oh no no baby
Take my hand love
I'm taking you home

3rd Chorus:
Oh this love
Is like nothing I have ever known, no no baby
Take my hand.
I抦 taking you home
I抦 taking you, home
Yes I am, mm, mm, mm, hey baby, hey baby
Taking you home

Short Instrumental w/background vocals

I'm taking you home baby
I'm taking you home.
End



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