"Home is Where the Heart is" as written by and Hal David Sherman Edwards....
So here we are waking
Savages shaking
The road that we're taking
We've walked before
And if these times
Should seal our fate
You won't see me
At Heavens gate
Danger is lurking
Evil is working
Yet here we are hiding
Behind our doors
Come out come out
It's time to grow
Enjoy the ride
One more time before you go
According to Hoyle
All cards on the table
What else can you do
When life is unstable
The night's growing colder
The enemy bolder
But as you grow older
You cease to care
But if we run
Or try to hide
And turn our faces
We'll have no hopes
To keep alive
According to Hoyle
All cards on the table
Reactions cool
The world is unstable
According to Hoyle
All cards on the table
What can you do
When life is unstable
So here we are waking
Savages shaking
Here we are hiding
Danger is lurking



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"Home Is Where the Heart Is" as written by Sherman Edwards Hal David

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    General CommentAccording to Mark:

    "This is one of my all time favourite Chameleons songs which I still play on occasion with the various people I play with these days. It was very influenced by a TV programme I was crazy about in my younger days called 'The Prisoner.' Again it's quite paranoid and sinister in its themes but was aimed at people I knew who just drew the blinds to what was happening around them. Whenever I got into conversations around these themes I would often remark that the Devil's greatest victory was convincing the world that he didn't exist. Imagine my amazement when these very same words cropped up in the script of 'Usual Suspects.'"
    monster36604on January 09, 2009   Link

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