Phillip Phillips: Home Meaning
Song Released: 2012
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As we roll down this unfamiliar road
And although this wave is stringing us along
Just know you’re not alone
Cause I’m gonna make this place your home
Settle down, it'll all be clear
Don't pay no mind to the...
anonymous Sep 25th, 2014 9:54pm report
This song is God himself talking to you. saying, "hold on to me as we go", "don't pay no mind to demons, they fill you with fear", "if you get lost you can always be found", etc. He is going to make this place our home because life takes us on all sorts of journeys, good and bad, but with God by our side, he is going to make it a welcoming and enjoyable place to be.
anonymous Nov 8th, 2015 11:08am report
I played it at my sons funeral because to me it was calming. As the words played I could picture God talking to my son as he lead him into heaven where he would be making a new home. My son was not alone, God was by his side. It is comforting.
anonymous Oct 15th, 2013 10:56pm report
For me it is a promise. This song came to me in a desperate time when I was trying to decide what to do with my life... It was like god saying -Don´t be afraid to become the very best version of yourself, don´t be afraid to decide what you want to be or where you want to be. I will be there for you, I will make that place you fear, a place you can call home- Believe in your dreams, work hard to make them come true, clear your mind and understand the choice you made, and He will do the rest.
anonymous Aug 18th, 8:15pm report
It was odd, I never thought anyone else would see God talking in this. But I have heard that since I first actually listened to the lyrics. Especially the line: "if you get lost you can always be found". This is pretty cool, too, to see other brothers and sisters hearing this ;).
anonymous Jun 11th, 2018 6:53am report
As a Jehovah Witness,this song seem to tell of enduring this current world, darkness. Only to see the garden like paradise, God always planned for mankind. As he clear out evil, and make this place our home.
anonymous Apr 2nd, 2018 4:01am report
It’s about two people meeting after their divorces and navigating a new life together. It’s an unfamiliar road, especially after a very long marriage....
anonymous Feb 4th, 2018 2:26pm report
Personally I believe that the song is reminiscent to someone kidnapping a person I know it's a little dark but I mean when you take the lyrics such as "if you get lost you will always be found" and "don't pay attention to the demons in your mind they will fill you with fear" kind of sounds like he's telling a person "no one's going to find you"
anonymous Feb 4th, 2018 2:37am report
According to Holden, the song is about a friend who was going through a very difficult time, and it was his way of reaching out and saying that "you know someone's here for you".
This came from wikipedia
- Same person who posted here yesterday for the song Latch and for the song today Someone New
God is our strength! I agree brother or sister!
anonymous Feb 4th, 2018 2:59am report
I know it's 2018, and 2012 is definitely over, but this song is still great to me, even though it's short, because it has a great meaning.. that God will always be here for us, and we shouldn't give up and let "the demons" make us fearful, but we should keep going and listening to God instead. So all in all, the meaning of the song is to "pay no mind to the demons they fill you with fear" and to pay mind to God, because we will be found by him. This gives me strength, because it helps me to remember all of this in the worst times. I hope it helps you all reading this too!
anonymous Jan 17th, 2018 1:57pm report
This song is explaining how hard life is. I think it's also about how hard it is with new experiences. One place is your home and you can be scared going to new places. That's why this song is called home. It's about someone facing lots of obstacles in life and explains it in a song.
anonymous Dec 3rd, 2017 12:24pm report
It makes me think of refugees or new immigrants, who are hesitant and scared about this new life. It’s a song about quelling fear, that support exists, and the sense of home and comfort is close.
anonymous Oct 28th, 2017 10:33am report
I think this song is supposed to be about helping others and being brave. I like to write plays and I am using this song in one of them. (It's not an actual public performance, just for fun.)
anonymous Aug 28th, 2017 8:44pm report
I hear this song I think of our rabbit Tenoch. A friend of my husbands found him in front of a tow yard. We went to go get him and bring him home. I think this song is me holding him and telling him, I am taking you to your home and no matter what it will be. You have a family now. He was so young we could not tell if he was male or female. Horrible people in this world, but God brought us to him.
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anonymous Aug 15th, 2017 8:19am report
My son died by suicide on 09-26-16. My husband and I were naturally having a hard time with all the questions we had of why. Why did he not come to us? Why did he not ask for help? We were both tormented by what his final moments were like. At a very low point,together we heard this song. We felt like this was what God told our son as he was taking him to an everlasting life. He was telling him not to be afraid because his demons would no longer fill him with fear. we got a great deal of comfort knowing that our son was not alone as he left this world.
anonymous May 30th, 2016 5:01am report
I think it could be about a man and a woman going down n Life's "unfamiliar road" and the man saying hold on, we'll get through these hard times together.
anonymous Apr 28th, 2016 4:32pm report
Life is like a meatball, its bumpy
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