"Home At Last" as written by Walter Carl Becker and Donald Jay Fagen....
I know this super highway
This bright familiar sun
I guess that I'm the lucky one
Who wrote that tired sea song
Set on this peaceful shore
You think you've heard this one before

Well the danger on the rocks is surely past
Still I remain tied to the mast
Could it be that I have found my home at last
Home at last

She serves the smooth retsina
She keeps me safe and warm
It's just the calm before the storm
Call in my reservation
So long hey thanks my friend
I guess I'll try my luck again

Well the danger on the rocks is surely past
Still I remain tied to the mast
Could it be that I have found my home at last
Home at last


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"Home at Last" as written by Walter Carl Becker Donald Jay Fagen

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    General CommentJust to prick all you Greek historian balloons, but I've always liked to think that it was one of the first odes to the Internet (they've used the term "superhighway" more than once, for example 'IGY' (where I'm pretty certain that's exactly what it meant)); but 1977 is probably a bit too early...

    Darn them Fagen 'n Becker boys.
    winstonfgon March 18, 2009   Link

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