"Home" as written by Abigail Anne Tucker, Y and Bob Scott....
Work all day
All day I stay
With the drummin' of the rythm of the constant strain of the pressure I must take
But I must hang in
In a race I may not win
'Cause while I run there's an envelope that once a week contains the money I must make

To get me where I wanna go
And to bring along the ones who I love so

When I come home
I hear "hello, babe", I come home
I hear "hello Daddy", I come home
I say goodye 'til tomorrow to the world outside
'Cause I'm home

Standing there
Curlers in her hair
With two kids that are cryin' and a dog that's barkin', what a sight to see
Yeah, I'm in debt
But I'd be glad to bet
There's no king that could claim a joy like the joy inside of me
The world is easy to ignore
When I come through me front door

When I come home
I hear "hello, babe", I come home
I hear "hello Daddy", I come home
I say goodye 'til tomorrow to the world outside
'Cause I'm home

I come home
I hear "hello, babe", I come home
I hear "hello Daddy", I come home
I say goodye 'til tomorrow to the world outside
Yeah, I'm home


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