"Home" as written by Nicholas Caruana, Tom Peter Spender, George Ross Servanis and Paul Joseph Coyle....
I woke up this morning
Like any other morning
And I thought of you
Staring at the ceiling
Aware but disbelieving
Feelings remind me it’s true
I know you’ll never be here
But I know where to find you

In my home
I’m never lonely at all
Home is more
Than the memories hung on the wall
Home to me
As intimate and primitive
As long as I’ve got life to live
My heart will be your home

Some days the pain of missing
Makes me wish I could complain to you
But I know that you’d say,
"You think you’ve had a bad day?
You haven’t got a clue"
Then get that look on your face
That puts me back in my place
and that's the best you could do

And I’m home
I’m never lonely at all
Home is more
Than the memories hung on the wall
Home to me
Is intimate and primitive
As long as I’ve got life to live
My heart will be your home

There’s nothing I can say
There’s nothing I can do
But keep you in this space
That I can never lose

We’ll never be apart
I’ll never be alone
As long as I have life to live
My heart will be your home

We’ll never be apart
I’ll never be alone
My heart will be your home


Lyrics submitted by shecky

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