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  1. Zujin

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    A Sort Of Homecoming This song is by U2 and appears on the album The Unforgettable Fire () and on the album Wide Awake In America (). And you know it's time to go Through the sleet and driving snow Across the fields of mourning to a light that's in the distance. And you hunger for the time Time to heal, 'desire' time And your earth moves beneath your own dream .
  2. Voodoojinn

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    Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of the Irish band's breakthrough album, released to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of it's original release. This new edition was remastered by band's guitarist, The Edge, and contains a 24 page booklet. Features the hits 'Pride (In The Name Of Love)', 'Bad' and the title track/5().
  3. Tuzshura

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    Lyrics to 'A Sort Of Homecoming' by U2. And you know it's time to go Through the sleet and driving snow Across the fields of mourning Light in the distance.
  4. Moogukora

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    Jul 08,  · Album: The Unforgettable Fire. Suggested by UMG U2 - One; Song A Sort Of Homecoming; December - A sort of homecoming [U2 cover] - .
  5. Mauktilar

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Camouflage Heart on Discogs/5(5).
  6. Kibei

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    Listen to the very first song, "A Sort of Homecoming," and you can hear the passion in Bono's voice, the complementing style of Larry Mullen's drum work and the solid spine of The Edge and Adam Clayton just helping drive this song right into your heart. This was U2 announcing to the world that they were put on this Earth to be rock gods 5/5(3).
  7. Dogor

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    Spacematic Records ‎– 2 × Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release. Side 1. 1. 11 O’Clock Tick Tock 2. I Will Follow 3. Seconds 4. Mlk October 5. The Unforgettable Fire 6. Wire. Side 2. 1. Sunday Bloody Sunday 2. The Electric Co 3. The Amazing Grace 4. The Electric Co 5. A Sort Of Homecoming 6. Bad Side 3. 1. October 2. New Year’s Day 3.
  8. Malagul

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    A Sort of Homecoming Lyrics: And you know it's time to go / Through the sleet and driving snow / Across the fields of mourning / Lights in the distance / And you hunger for the time / Time to heal.

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