"Welcome Home" as written by Elle Varner and Jimmy Varner....
I wanted the house, pool and the dog
Brown eyed babies and all
He cut the grass, shoveled the snow
I will make the garden grow
With a two car garage
Bright windmills in the yard
And a brown mat under the door saying “Welcome Home”

When all I ever needed
Was a good man
A lover and a best friend
Someone to forgive me when I’m so wrong
And remind me what welcome home
Is applied to
Love, love, love
Anything can be love
And anywhere can be home
Home
Anywhere can be home

Now I wanted the kitchen with an island in the middle
A sink full of brand new dishes
Fridge with the best food in it
The good life
Good money
And all that comes along with it yeah
With a two car garage
And bright windmills in the yard
And a brown mat under the door saying “Welcome Home”

When all I ever needed
Was a good man
A lover and a best friend
Someone to forgive me when I’m so wrong
And remind me what welcome home
Is applied to
Love, love, love
Anything can be love
And anywhere can be home
Home
Anywhere can be home

Now I been so blinded by this thought 'cause you’re in my mind
But I have my prize 'cause a real love can be impossible to find
I had a blue print and not a building
Until you put your hand in mine
And showed me all I need in this life

When all I ever needed
Was a good man
A lover and a best friend
Someone to forgive me when I’m so wrong
And remind me what welcome home
Is applied to
Love, love, love
Anything can be love
Anywhere can be home
Anywhere can be home
Yeah yeah
I said anywhere, anything, anywhere
Anything, anywhere, anything, anywhere
Anything can be
I said, anything can be love


Lyrics submitted by mike

"Welcome Home" as written by Elle Varner Alex Lawrence

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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