I grew up
Just outside this town
My two feet tingle
Here to the ground
My name was Matthew
My name was Sam
And I lived here
As my mind wandered around

Stop right here
We'll rest for a while
These scenes of amber
Take some time
We've been on this old road for days
With the lost and wandering
And their lonesome ways
I never know
If my mind works too slow
I take my time
But I don't feel weary at all

Cause here I belong
In this heartland
Here I belong

Now I can see a hundred miles
Of fields of dream
That take me high
You know I've been here before
I'm sure I've been here before

I can hear a thousand cheers
But there's no one near me
It's a lie
I'm coming home
I feel like I'm coming home

Daylight to thunder
Thunder to rain
These old towns stay just the same
Burn them fields in heartland tonight
Poor man always gets it right
Now Ally take my hand now
Travel south through the fields of heather
We won't feel so alone there
And we'll know
Just as soon as we can go
Just as soon as we can go

So take me with you when you go
It's been 100 days away from home
A million miles of hopes and dreams
And fire and rain and fields of dreams
And still I think I'm homeward
I'm heading home
Still I think I'm home
Hi li li li
Hi li li li
Yeah yeah

Still I get on
Stil I move on
Still I'm gone
But I don't mind wishing
Still I move on

It's like I'm coming home
I feel like I'm coming home


Lyrics submitted by kirkcrabb

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