This song was recorded in Studio B at Orphan Studio / Sixty Second Airborne, probably around early November of 1999. John was working as a studio assistant for a radio production company (Sixty Second Airborne)...
Basically nothing has changed
she explained
We're so happy you're home again
you take the winter
get back on your feet
your bed is being made
and your father washed the sheets
for you

So we talked awhile
about all my woes
their smiles worse
than i told you so's
when she said wash up
and get to bed
i knew the freedom i learned
Id learn quickly to forget

and nobody understands
and nobody seems to care
about the compromise of a man
comin home after five long years
giving up after five long years

unpack my bags in the living room
smell the last of her sweet perfume
came with the girl
that went with the world
that i traded in today
just to live a safer way

and nobody understands
and nobody seems to care
about the compromise of a man
comin home after five long years
giving up after five long years

she says youre always welcome here
you'll never be alone
perhaps thats now my greatest fear
i'll always call this home
this home


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