"Home" as written by Jan Peter Hoekstra, Stephan Beuving, Daan Koch, Astrid Kunst, Thijs Schrijnemakers, Noah Smits and Jean Baptiste Zablone....
I gave my life to you and I've worked so hard at it too
Would I do anything other than to raise you to be

The finest men

After all these years of ploughing through the weeds
I have turned wise and grey
With every fibre in me
I have lived to see you grow to be

The finest men

I just followed my trail and I found my way back home
In this light of all I wanted to display for you
I will never leave you alone

In the corners of this universal sky
The completion of the day passes me by
As long as the ways of the light
Will reach your bearing hearts
I will find

The finest men

I came and I saw
I will understand this freedom
And remind you of me

Will you pass me on
My pride

I found in life my way home


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"Home" as written by Stephan Beuving Jan Peter Hoekstra

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    General CommentTo me I get the feeling of someone reflecting back on their life and wanting to be remembered by loved ones. I also think they are speaking of finding the way back to the spritual home or whatever existence we have known before birth.
    permadaveon January 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMhmm, and also I think maybe the "finest men" relates to all of the person's creations in this world, be it writings or people or ideas or music. Why are some of the newer songs about somebody getting old and getting ready to die? Hmm, doesn't make sense. Again, maybe the lyricist is getting old. And this is the last song on the album, so it would be an interesting way to end their career. And so Anneke (who is the lead singer and wrote all the lyrics for this album) ended hers.
    dark ivoryon May 08, 2008   Link

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