Craig Morgan: Almost Home Meaning
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Song Released: 2002
Almost Home Lyrics
He was covered with the evening news
Had a pair of old wool socks on his hands
The bank sign was flashing "5 below
It was freezing rain an' spittin' snow
He was curled up behind some garbage...
anonymous Mar 25th, 3:31pm report
He dreaming about home when he was starting to die and he wished that he hadn't woke him up so he would die dreaming while going to heaven.
anonymous Oct 11th, 2014 10:44pm report
I believe the song had a double meaning. Due to the fact the man was homeless, he had dreams of home wishing he could go there.The other meaning is that he old man truly was freezing to death and remembering his younger years, note "Haven't been that close since '55" it is him reflecting on his life and family. If he would have made it home in his dream, he would have passed on and gone "home" (heaven or whatever is your religions heaven-like place"
anonymous Apr 19th, 2014 4:27am report
He wanted to be left there to die and go to heaven.
anonymous Oct 20th, 2012 10:04am report
The old man was homeless and he wanted to be left alone to die because there was nothing left for hi.,
anonymous Apr 4th, 2012 4:21pm report
He was almost to heavenn.
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