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Songwriters: DiPiero, Bob; Douglas, Tom; Lindsey, Hillary; Verges, Troy

It's a four letter word
A place you go to heal your hurt
It's an alter, it's a shelter
One place you're always welcome

A pink flamingo double wide
One bedroom in a high rise
A mansion on a hill
Where the memories always will
Keep you company
Whenever you're alone
After all of my running, I'm finally coming

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home

Well, they say it's where the heart is
And I guess the hardest part is
When your heart is broken
And you're lost out in the great wide open
Looking for a map
Finding your way back

To where you belong
Well, that's where I belong

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home

Home
Home

Home
The world tried to break me
I found a road to take me
Home
There ain't nothing but a blue sky now
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
After all of my running
I'm finally coming
Home



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    UnregisteredDec 23, 2011 at 1:17 am
    This song has many meanings to me, home is the place you go to when you are feeling hurt or lost, you go to that place to find you self again (:

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