"Going Home" as written by and David John Buckley....
Making the moon from the ex-colony
Treated like some kind of war refugee

We're here because you are there
A brand new money to buy
We were here because you were there
A brand new culture to learn

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?

All men are equal
But some more than others
Except that it sometimes
Depends on your color

Good morning young man, where you from?
A brand new language to speak
Good morning young man, where you from?
A brand new food to eat

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?

Racist politicians call for repatriation
White bureaucrats ask for black-people-tation

Wherever you lay your hats, you're home
Is that true?
Wherever you lay your hats, you're home
If that's true, why are so many people confused?

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?

Is this my home? This is my home
This is where I'm from
Is this home? This must be home
But is this where I belong?




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"Going Home" as written by David John Buckley

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