"Home is where the heart is" as written by Thomas Michael Fletcher, Daniel Alan Jones and Jason Keith Perry....
Home is where the heart is
Well I’ve been away such a long time now
Life has changed so much
And I’ve broke my promise that no matter how
I would always keep in touch

I could hear the whisper of the telephone lines
I could hear the trains go by
If I could hear the whistle and the engines, why
Why can I hear you cry

Home is where the heart is
But guess who’s knocking on your front door
Is this the friend that you never knew?
Oh why don’t you make sure

That home is where the heart is
Three short steps across the floor
Into the arms of the one who loves you
And never roam no more
No more

Well you tracked me down to a foreign town
Long distance call came through
And the voice that id not heard for years
Said darling is that you?

And the voice of my arms says ill be home
If I can get these wheels to start
Because it’s not my promise that ill brake this time
But someone else’ heart

Home is where the heart is
But guess who’s knocking on your front door
Is this the friend that you never knew?
Oh why don’t you make sure

That home is where the heart is
Take those steps across the floor
Into the arms of the one who loves you
And never roam no more
No never roam no more
No more


Lyrics submitted by xxxtrudyxxx

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