Thursday, September 8, 2011


"Another summer day has come and gone away, in Paris and Rome...but I wanna go home. May be surrounded by a million people, I still feel all alone. Just wanna go home, oh I miss you, you know."

It's Thursday lovelies, and you know what that means. Head on over to Goodnight Moon and link up with whatever song moves you this week.
Lately I've been listening to my Michael Buble station on pandora before I go to sleep each night. I can never get tired of his silky smooth voice and sexy smile... ;) This song makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside and makes me miss my husband even more than I already do, if that's even possible.

The words seem kind or eerily perfect for our situation right now. He has had the opportunity to visit amazing places and see beautiful things, but all he wants to do is come home to me. And that's all I can dream about. Until we meet again my love, know I'll be seeing you in my dreams each night.

"Another winter day has come and gone away in either Paris and Rome...and I wanna go home, let me go home. And I'm surrounded by a million people, I still feel alone. let me go home, oh I miss you, you know."

"Let me go home...I've had my run, baby I'm done...I gotta go home. Let me go home, it'll all be alright, I'll be home tonight, I'm coming back home."


  1. This song is the perfect deployment song. I know Nick was so ready to just come home. No matter where he went, it was nothing compared to being here.

  2. Love this song so much. It's so sad but it's also so beautiful that you can't not enjoy it.
    If you're in to country- Blake Shelton did a cover with Miranda Lambert in the background. I like the Michael Buble one much better (seems smoother) but I like the two voices in the other one.

  3. I love this song! Last summer when I was home I got to see him at The Ted and I openly balled during this song. Deployment is moving swiftly along and before you know it, he'll be home in your arms! You're more than half way there, right? Big hugs, gal- you can do this!

  4. Since deployment, this song has made me cry every time I hear it! I can so relate!