Theres a place that I always go,
down by the River Mead,
Where my old man used to dream,... See more
of the days gone by, of a better life, for his kids and his wife.

Theres a town that I always see,
down by the railway station,
I use the industrial fields to fuel my imagination,
for the days gone by, and the better life that we used to have.

Well, I'm not gonna leave this place, til I have found where I am from and I've reached the Fatherland.

There's a light that I always see,
just before I sleep in the mystery of the shallow waters,
where we used to swim, and my old man waited for his ship to come in.

Well, I'm not gonna leave this place, til I have found where I am from and I've reached the Fatherland.
I'm not gonna leave this place, til I have found where I am from and I've reached the Fatherland.

There's a voice calling after us, in the heat of the afternoon,
All of this is history, and what is left is meant to be.
And there's a place on the edge of town, where the air is as thick as cloud,
All of this is mystery, and what is left is meant to be.

I'm not gonna leave this place, til I have found where I am from and I've reached the Fatherland.
I'm not gonna leave this place, til I have found where I am from and I've reached the Fatherland.


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