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Roger Whittaker
Roger Whittaker
Roger Whittaker
#11 Disc: 1
 
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Intercord
Living & Loving 
INT 861.564
1 CD
11
1988
00.00.0000
Germany
17.08.2006
 
 
 

Iíve seen so many places lately,
where people love to hate
and if they donít change soon,
Iím afraid itís going be too late.
ĎCause with the rocks they got inside them.
Just where their hearts should be.
They llí never feel, the way I feel,
when my love calls to me.

Welcome home,
youíve been away for far too long.
Welcome home,
just stay and rest until youíre strong.
Welcome home,
you know youíre back where you belong.
So welcome home, my darling.
My darling, welcome home,
to where the sun will always shine.
Welcome home,
for Iím yours and you are mine.
Welcome home,
for this is where you ought to be.
So welcome home, my darling.
Welcome home my love to me, to me.

You know the milk of human kindness,
doesnít flow in every breast
and if love was a trail.
Most people wouldnít pass the test
and itís a fact not fiction.
That if you want peace, not pain,
you go back to the place where you belong.
Go back and start again.

Welcome home,
youíve been away for far too long.
Welcome home,
just stay and rest until youíre strong.
Welcome home,
you know youíre back where you belong.
So welcome home, my darling.
My darling, welcome home, welcome home.

Welcome home,
youíve been away for far too long.
Welcome home,
just stay and rest until youíre strong.
Welcome home,
you know youíre back where you belong.
So welcome home, my darling.
My darling, welcome home,
to where the sun will always shine.
Welcome home,
for Iím yours and you are mine.
Welcome home,
for this is where you ought to be.
So welcome home, my darling.

My darling, welcome home,
to where the sun will always shine.
Welcome home,
for Iím yours and you are mine.
Welcome home,
for this is where you ought to be.
So welcome home, my darling.
My darling, welcome home. . .
 
eingetragen von:
M. Schulz
eingetragen am:
26.04.2006