ELTON JOHN


Home Again Lyrics

I used to be a loner
Drag my life from place to place
Turning up with just a suitcase in my hand
Then I saw a sign
That sang a song to me
Reminded me of my young days in a band

So with blisters on my fingers
And no soles upon my shoes
I turned up in an old ramshackle town
Rolled into a bar
Across the room from afar
A smile turned this boys frown upside down

It said you're home again I'm the best friend that you'll have
Take off your hat and hang it over there
We'll sit by the fire reading mojocovercds
A place is only home when it's somewhere you can share

The next day when I woke up
The time I normally hit the road
Find a Denny's for eggs and a cup of English tea
You'd laid a table like a hotel
With my breakfast and a paper
And I knew there would be no checking out for me

You said you're home again I'm the best friend that you'll have
Take off your hat and hang it over there
We'll sit by the fire reading mojocovercds
A place is only home when it's somewhere you can share

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Songwriter(s): Elton John, Bernie Taupin
Copyright: Hst Publishing Ltd., Cow Dog Music Inc.
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