Nobody's Home Song Lyrics

Kansas

credits


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Kerry Livgren, Kerry A Livgren, Steve Walsh
album: Track 9 in album Point of Know Return
release date: 1977-10-11
popularity : 54 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Acoustic/Hard Rock/Arena Rock/Prog Rock/Classic Rock
length: 4:40
arranger: Kansas
additional engineer: Terry Becker
bass guitar: Dave Hope
art direction: Tom Drennon
lead vocals: Steve Walsh
background vocals: Steve Walsh and Robby Steinhardt
percussion: Steve Walsh, Kerry Livgren and Phil Ehart
synthesizer: Steve Walsh and Kerry Livgren
organ: Steve Walsh
piano: Steve Walsh and Kerry Livgren
vibraphone: Steve Walsh
violins: Robby Steinhardt
viola: Robby Steinhardt
Clavinet: Kerry Livgren
acoustic guitar: Kerry Livgren and Richard Williams
electric guitar: Richard Williams and Kerry Livgren
drums: Phil Ehart
timpani: Phil Ehart
chimes: Phil Ehart
bass: Dave Hope
pedal steel guitar: Richard Williams
producer: Jeff Glixman
engineer: Jeff Glixman and Terry Becker
writer: Kerry Livgren, Steve Walsh

Album Information

label: Kirshner
country(area): United States
format: Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Kansas Point of Know Return cover art

Lyrics

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It's empty now, no friendly face
And nothing lives within
I look around and I find no trace
To tell me what has been

So far I've come to find there's no one here
No life & fear
I came for nothing, they have gone
And nobody's home

I came to learn, perhaps to teach
But I can tell somehow
The world that I was sent to reach
Has got no future now

Video

Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Point of Know Return
  • 2 Paradox
  • 3 The Spider
  • 4 Portrait (He Knew)
  • 5 Closet Chronicles
  • 6 Lightning's Hand
  • 7 Dust in the Wind
  • 8 Sparks of the Tempest
  • 9 Nobody's Home
  • 10 Hopelessly Human