Home again, home again is part of a nursery rhyme. The nursery rhymes we know today come from European folk lore, for the most part, British (English speaking) folk lore. Their origins had a number of purposes before the average household had books or were literate. Some had hidden political messages from times that to actually speak ill of or make fun of the ruling class could have dire consequences; some commemorated historical events; some were devised to teach children a lesson or moral; some were used for their sing song rhythms to soothe a baby or interact with a toddler to make them smile and laugh. The full text of this one is: To market, to market to buy a fat pig. Home again, home again, jiggity jig. To market, to market to buy a fat hog. Home again, home again jiggity jog.
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It's nice to be home After a really long roam. I hate being alone. It's nice to be home.
I'm going home
Israel. The home of Jesus Christ
I Will Be Home Again was created in 1944.
Music Henry Mancini Lyric Alan and Marilyn Bergman
it originated in Hawaiki ancient home of the Maori