"Home" as written by Clark Anderson, Joey Scott Schwartz and Eric Scott....
As the dawn sun breaks over sleepy gardens
I'll be here to do all things to comfort you.
And though I've been away
Left you alone this way
Why don't you come awake
And let your first smile take me home.
The shadows in the park were longer yesterday
And Lady Luck stood still, waiting for the kill.
And on a jumbo ride
Over seas grey, deep and wide
I flew for heaven's sake
And let the angels take me home.
Down steep and narrow lanes I see the chimneys smoking
Above the golden fields - know what the robin feels
In his summer jamboree.
All elements agree
In sweet and stormy blend
Midwife to winds that send me home.


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"Home" as written by John Anderson Joe Hearst

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    General CommentSo far, my least favorite on the album, which is otherwise good.
    inpraiseoffollyon September 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentStrang, this is my favorite song to listen to on Stormwatch, although not the best lyrically.
    Tmo2199on January 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat is your favorite tull song, which album?
    TullFan68on May 13, 2013   Link
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    General CommentLove this song. They could play it my funeral. References to other Tull songs? Lady Luck from Locomotive Breath? Shadows in the park from Inside? Ian's glance in the mirror while "returning home" - Dying? Hopefully not for a long time.
    SJPineyon December 05, 2013   Link

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