(dieter bohlen)
Producer for bonnie: dieter bohlen
Recorded in 1994, bonnie's last single on the 'hansa' label. this single was to promote the 'comeback singles collection '90-'94'. lyrics taken from careful listening.

I dream of home again
A thousand voices call to me
A cry that splits the night
Woke up the soul inside my memories
I chose to walk alone
To search and find my destiny
So many lonesome roads
Lead me away from where I long to be
When I awake and see a cold and empty room
I sit alone and think of places I once knew
The friends that I had loved and left behind
Oh, how could I have been so blind?

Back home
Where all the love is that I need
Where all my family waits for me
Back home
I close my eyes and I can see
Where the river meets the sea
Back home
There is no better place than home for me
'cause home is where I'll find my destiny

I'm going home again and I just can't wait to see
The folks that I have missed
A mother's tender kiss, so soft, so sweet
I'll hold her in my arms, like I'd never let her go
My family's my home and I will tell them that I love them so
Oh I know I've been away so very long
That I hurt you when I left and I was wrong
And I see that home is where my heart belongs
So hang on heart, 'cause her I come

Back home
Where all the love is that I need
Where all my family waits for me
Back home
I close my eyes and I can see
Where the river meets the sea
Back home
There is no better place than home for me
'cause home is where I'll find my destiny

Back home
Where all the love is that I need
Where all my family waits for me
Back home
I close my eyes and I can see
Where the river meets the sea
Back home
There is no better place than home for me
'cause home is where I'll find my destiny
Back home



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Back Home Lyrics as written by Dieter Bohlen

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