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The Minnesota Child
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Songwriters: The Minnesota Child

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I wrote Home a few years before recording this record, but just the verses, and never performed it, because it didn’t feel complete. It just sat as a poem in my notebook. Finally, a few months before going into the studio, I picked the song back up and the final chorus just came to me and I knew I’d finished it.

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Leave your regret with your shoes at the door Fear with your coat and your doubt on the floor Let go of your sadness like waves on the shore Kick off your shoes and rest Welcome my friends to the house we call love With stars in the attic and the moonshine above So stay here awhile for when push comes to shove You’ll need to kick back and relax Hope and the hopeless join me in song No tune and no lyrics just humming along If you sing from your soul then you can’t get it wrong The music that pours from your heart Sing out for music, sing out for life Sing out for those in hunger and strife May you ring from the gallows of war-stricken nights And flood the morning with light And flood the morning with light When you’re feeling lonely and down on your luck Your feet are a-dragging and your head’s spinning stuck Let melodies soften, there’s no need to rush I’ll hold you until you are home I’ll hold you until you are home Home (I’ll hold you until you are) Home (I’ll hold you until you are) Home (I’ll hold you until you are) Home (I’ll hold you until you are) Home Home

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