Home Is You (Thompson Square)

Used to be the squeak in the screen door And the creek in the old floor The paint peeling off the porch The draft around rain Used to be the breeze through the windows The sound of sizzle of an old stove Yea, that was always home Until now That's just four walls and a front door Some place we don't live anymore My heart isn't in those empty rooms As long as you're waking up with me Baby I don't mind if every night We lay our heads down somewhere new Cause home is you Home is you I remember when it all changed When the miles pulled us away Like the halos of the headlights on the highway That's me and you It was turning our wheels round In some rusted up old town Some faded out old house To tell the truth That's just four walls and a front door Some place we don't live anymore My heart isn't in those empty rooms As long as you're waking up with me Baby I don't mind if every night We lay our heads down somewhere new Cause home is you (home is you) Home is you (home is you) Cause home is you (home is you) Home is you When I'm with you I can feel the world roll on my shoulder And where I'm meant to be with every mile We get closer and closer Oh you're more than four walls and a front door Some place we don't live anymore My heart isn't in those empty rooms As long as you're waking up with me Baby I don't mind if every night We lay our heads down somewhere new 'Cause home is you (Home is you) (It ain't the squeak in the screen door) Home is you (Home is you) (The creek in the old floor) 'Cause home is you (Home is you) (We could rush to that old town) Home is you (Home is you) (In that faded, faded out old house)