Snow Patrol – I Think Of Home

Snow Patrol - I Think Of Home

I remember trips to Belfast
On that train that hugs the coast
The fields turn quickly into golf course
The golf course just as fast to fields
It was a callow boast I'll grant you
To know it all when we knew none
Those days we walked the streets of Belfast
Like our kingdom come had come

I think of home, I often do
You gotta know I love you now
In this light, how could I not?
I think of us just silly kids
I bet we thought we'd never age
And if we did we'd never dare say

And i remember drips to 'Derry
On the old car's freezing seats
And I know Fountain Street in winter
My grandma's laugh, the greatest noise
It's sure been harder since she left us
And none of us have been the same
But the light she left us is endless
And I still see her every day

I think of home, I often do
You gotta know I love you now
In this light, how could I not?
I think of us just silly kids
I bet we thought we'd never age
And if we did we'd never dare say

I remember trips through Ireland
One caravan, two dogs, the sky
My father yelling points of interest
Us naughty kids just rolled our eyes
The punched out teeth of Irish history
Mistakes were made let's leave it there
But there's one thing we can all agree on
There's beauty North, South, East and West
There's beauty North, South, East and West

I think of home, I often do
You gotta know I love you now
In this light, how could I not?
I think of us just silly kids
I bet we thought we'd never age
And if we did we'd never dare say

I think of home, I often do
You gotta know I love you now
In this light, how could I not?
I think of us just silly kids
I bet we thought we'd never age
And if we did we'd never dare say

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