|Performed By:||Shania Twain|
He knew how to reach me deep inside And he found a part of me I could not hide And we'd walk and talk and touch tenderly Then he'd lay me down and make love to me We built a love so strong and couldn't break There was not a road we were afraid to take And we'd kiss all the way from Arkansas to Rome 'Cause in each other's arms we were home sweet home But he don't feel the same Since our lives became Years of bills, babies and chains Home ain't where his heart is anymore He may hang his hat behind our bedroom door But he don't lay his head down to love me like before Home ain't where his heart is anymore If foundations made of stone can turn to dust Then the hardest hearts of steel can turn to rust If he could only find that feeling once again If we could only change the way the story ends And he may still come home But I live here alone The love that built these walls is gone Home ain't where his heart is anymore He may hang his hat behind our bedroom door But he don't lay his head down to love me like before He don't lay his head down to love me like before Home ain't where his heart is anymore No, home ain't where his heart is
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