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Homesick
by Kings of Convenience

I'll lose some sales and my boss won't be happy
But I can't stop listening to the sound
Of two soft voices blended in perfection
From the reels of this record that I've found
Every day there's a boy in the mirror
Asking me "What are you doing here?"
Finding all my previous motives
Growing increasingly unclear

I've traveled far and I've burned all the bridges
I believed as soon as I hit land
All the other options held before me
Would wither in the light of my plan

So I'll lose some sales and my boss won't be happy
But there's only one thing on my mind
Searching boxes underneath the counter
On a chance that on a tape I'd find

A song for
Someone who needs somewhere
To long for

Homesick
Cause I no longer know
Where home is

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: EIRIK GLAMBEK BOE, ERLEND OTRE OEYE

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Armedi Harahap

When I was an exchange student, I used to hear this song and made me homesick to my country Indonesia. Now, I'm in Indonesia, and I heard this song again, made me me homesick to my host-country, USA... :(

Chipta Harnita

I'll lose some sales and my boss won't be happy,
but I can't stop listening to the sound
of two soft voices
blended in perfection
from the reels of this record that I've found.

Every day there's a boy in the mirror asking me...
What are you doing here?
Finding all my previous motives
growing increasingly unclear.

I've traveled far and I've burned all the bridges
I believed as soon as I hit land
all the other options held before me,
would wither in the light of my plan.

So I'll lose some sales and my boss won't be happy,
but there's only one thing on my mind
searching boxes underneath the counter,
on a chance that on a tape I'd find...
a song for someone who needs somewhere to long for.

Homesick.
Because I no longer know where home is

Z 420

thanks so

Ana Dias

Thank you so much

Sir Barnaby St.John Toffington

brain-tree
First time I heard this on the radio about ten years ago I actually thought Simon and Garfunkel had reformed for a new album.

brain-tree

@Sir Barnaby St.John Toffington i think it's pretty clever, since it may have been those two for the songwriter but for the listeners it's these two guys playing this song

brain-tree

@Sir Barnaby St.John Toffington its almost as if music influences us

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catguru10

I'm getting a strong Simon and Garfunkel vibe from this song.

Irene Bella

Thought the same

Rizaya Wafiqa Aara Rachmeida

Reincarnations? Maybe

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