"Home" as written by P. B. Lianmawia, H. S. Lalruatliana, Rosangliana, and Joshua Zoramliana....
Home is where the heart is
Home is so remote
Home is just emotion
Sticking in my throat

Let?s go to your place
Let?s go to your place

Home is where the heart is
Home is so remote
Home is just emotion
Sticking in my throat
Home is hard to swallow
Home is like a rock
Home is good clean living
Home is - I forgot

Let?s go to your place
Let?s go to your place

Home is so suspicious
Home is close control
Home is will you miss us
Home is - I don?t know

Let?s go to your place
Let?s go to your place

Home is aggravation
Home is so much fuss
Home is mind your business
Thank you very much

Let?s go to your place
Let's go to your place

I don?t want to go back
I don?t want to go back
I don?t want to go back any more


Lyrics submitted by Ian-sama

"Home" as written by Joshua Zoramliana H. S. Lalruatliana

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    Song FactBased on the artist's childhood and heritage, this song actually has more meaning than meets the eye. The Lene Lovich spent her early years in Detroit until her mother took her and her siblings to England to escape her mentally unstable, Serbian father. Both the mental instability and Serbian ancestry of her father are vital in understanding the hidden layers of the song. There is a word in Serbian, Rodni Kraj, used to describe a person's homeland. Yet, it is a word that means much more than any english translation as it implies a deeper connection to such a place. It's hard to describe as it does not truly translate. At the end of the day, it is more of a value than a place. Growing up, she would have had this value pushed at her by her mentally unstable father, who made her home life miserable. Combine this knowledge of her past with her confusion at the time about where she should live/where she belonged (after spending her early years in the US, her teenage years in England where her mother was from, and factoring in her Serbian ancestry) and this song becomes richer.
    redglass21on June 08, 2017   Link

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