Home Again Lyrics – Michael Kiwanuka

Home Again is the debut studio album by London-based singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka, which was released on 12 March 2012. It was produced by Paul Butler of the UK indie rock band The Bees in The Steam Rooms, a basement studio in his house in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight. Below you can read Home Again Song Lyrics in English.

Home Again Lyrics

Song Credits:

Song:Home Again
Produced by:Paul Butler
Album:Home Again

Home Again Lyrics in English

Home again, home again
One day I know I’ll feel home again
Born again, born again
One day I know I’ll feel strong again

I left my head
Many times I’ve been told
All this talk will make you old

So I close my eyes, look behind
Moving on, moving on
So I close my eyes, look behind
Moving on

Lost again, lost again
One day I know our paths will cross again
Smile again, smile again
One day I hope to make you smile again
I won’t hide

Many times I’ve been told
Speak your mind, just be bold

So I close my eyes, look behind
Moving on, moving on
So I close my eyes

All the tears will clear
Then I feel no fear
Then I’d feel no way
My paths will remain straight

Home again, home again
One day I know I’ll feel home again
Born again, born again
One day I know I’ll feel strong again

I left my head
Many times I’ve been told
All this talk will make you old

So I close my eyes, look behind
Moving on, moving on
So I close my eyes, look behind
Moving on

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