"Homesick" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Roger O'donnell, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Boris Williams....
Six hours behind, the changes of time
Ten thousand miles from home
I`m so far away, so long it seems like
This road is all I know
When I was young I dreamed of adventure
And places I`d never seen before
But when I close my eyes at night
All I dream of now is home

[Chorus:]
So long, that I`ve been gone
If there`s one thing I know
Is that there`s no place like home
Far away, it changes everyday
If there`s one thing I know
Is that there`s no place like home
Six months since the day I went away
It didn`t seem like that long
It hit me when I was changing planes
From Paris to New York
I`m dreading the days that are ahead
I haven`t slept in my own bed
Oh, I`m dreamin' of home
What I`ve seen and what I`ve done
Don`t mean a thing without where I come from
Who I am and all I ever did
Home is where the heart is (where the heart is)


(Chorus)


Call me, tell me that you miss me
Give me somethin', I can
Hold onto and get me through the days when I had
To take another moment
I need some clarity
Remind me what it`s like to be
There`s no place like ho-o-ome

Far away
There`s no place like home
I wanna go home, home, home (I know x5)
Bring me back home, home, home (He-e-e-ey)
Home, Home

So long, that I`ve been gone
If there`s one thing I know
Is that there`s no place like home


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