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The days I've felt alone
And the sea, it brings me back again
So that I can see my wife
And I can see my child
Home, I'm home, it never changes
Same old faces, same old places

I stared into oblivion
And found my own
I stared into oblivion
Into oblivion

I'm finding me the home
That you have never known
We'll find in us the faith
The faith to bring you home

I stared into oblivion
And found my home
I stared into oblivion
And found my home
I stared into oblivion
And found my own reflection there

Home, now that I'm coming home
Will you be the same as when I saw you last?
Tell me how much time has passed
Home, now that I'm coming home
Will you be the same as when I saw you last?
Tell me how much time has passed
Home, now that I'm coming home
Will you be the same as when I saw you last?
Tell me how much life has passed

I stared into oblivion
(And found my own)
I stared into oblivion
(And found my own)
I stared into oblivion
(And found my own)
I stared into oblivion
And found my own reflection there



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  • LouBERRY
    LouBERRYApr 29, 2008 at 7:21 pm
    This song reminds me of year 6 i always use to listen to it on fridays just before i met my mates for swimming cos it was top on the scuzz rock charts =]

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