"Home" as written by Eleanor Wilson, Mari Lorentzen, Caroline Reed, Grant Black and Stuart Crichton....
I lit a light on my gloom
And now there's only a half-moon
I need to find a way home
Back on the moon to be alone
And so we make our way
Through the sand of a sullen day
(Whittle away, whittle away)
Dreaming in Ether, leave atmosphere
Breathing in Neptune's Chandelier
(Whittle away, whittle away)
Lift away and float it on into space
Into the sublime celestial brine
It's almost time
I made it up in my room
From a dream it is rough hewn
(Home whittle away, whittle away)
I make a vessel for home
Carve it out with a gemstone
(Home whittle away whittle away)
Land of Sorrow sift away
Through the sand of a sullen day
Dreaming in Ether, leave atmosphere
Breathing in Neptune's Chandelier
(Home whittle away whittle away)

[CHORUS]

it's almost time to ride. align
Melt these hemispheres into one
Dull and Shine intertwine
I'm torn away, I'm up and down
It's almost time.
Now I am sailing
Sailing through the light and the gloom
Of the Sun and the Moon
Hey moon, I think I figured it out
I think I'm coming about
Through the light and the gloom
my whole world is in tune and
so much clearer now


Lyrics submitted by myownprison333

"Home" as written by Gary Clark Kevin Savigar

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General Commentthis song really captures classic carbon leaf. i think its about getting out of your own world, then coming back to it... something interesting is, they use ether, which is also in the title of the album
    willsfrancison August 18, 2007   Link

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