A-Z Lyrics Database
Welcome! Login | Register
Lyrics   »   B   »   Billy Bragg Lyrics   »   Home Lyrics

Billy Bragg - Home Lyrics

Font:      
Align:    
  • I walked down from the station 'cause I wanted to see,
  • The kind of things that you might miss from the back of a taxi,
  • There's just no way to tell you what these things mean to me
  • This is home.
  • The place I threw my guts up outside the old wine bar,
  • The junk shop on the corner where I bought my first guitar,
  • The grass verge by the pig flats where we sat and revved our cars,
  • This is home.
  • Home, nothing ever changes.
  • Home, and I wouldn't want it to.
  • Home, everything's the same as I left it when I went away to make myself anew.
  • The local team don't really have no local players now,
  • The glory days are far away but we're getting by somehow,
  • You'd think we'd won the champions leauge if you listen to the crowd at home.
  • This place always gets to me like an old familiar song,
  • Stirring up old feelings that I thought were long gone,
  • I guess that you can move away but you cannot escape where you're from.
  • Home, nothing ever changes.
  • Home, and I wouldn't want it to.
  • Home, everything's the same as I left it when I went away to make myself anew.
  • The old familiar wallpaper and a battered old settee,
  • The china doll that dad brought back from the war in Germany,
  • The faintest smell of creosote and a cup of milky tea,
  • This is home.
  • Read more at http://www.songmeanings.net/songs/view/3530822107858828893/#ViGMuTC4c9veI74j.99

  • Report error in lyric




    The Home lyrics by Billy Bragg is property of their respective authors, artists and labels and are strictly for non-commercial use only.
    Copyright © 2009-2019 Azlyricdb.com. All Rights Reserved | Privacy policy | Blog
    You are now viewing Billy Bragg Home Lyrics