Home (Sheryl Crow song)

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"Home"
Single by Sheryl Crow
from the album Sheryl Crow
B-side Strong Enough (live)
Released 1997-1998
Format Airplay only
Recorded 1996
Genre Rock, soft rock
Length 4:51
Label A&M
Writer(s) Sheryl Crow
Producer(s) Sheryl Crow
Sheryl Crow singles chronology
"A Change Would Do You Good"
(1997)
"Home"
(1997/1998)
"Tomorrow Never Dies"
(1997/1998)

"Home" is a single from Sheryl Crow's 1996 self-titled album. It was the final single from the album, following "A Change Would Do You Good", and was later included on the album The Very Best of Sheryl Crow. It was only released commercially in Europe.

The black-and-white video was directed by Samuel Bayer and features Crow performing on a village car racing festival. Several villagers are portrayed, sharing their definitions of what 'home' is for them with the viewer. At the end of the video, Crow ends up covered in mud thrown around by the racing cars.

"Home" became Crow's ninth top-40 hit in both Canada and the United Kingdom.

Track listing[edit]

Bush Empire in London

  1. "I Shall Believe" - WXRT Live

Catalog No. 582 401-2

  1. "Home" - Album Version
  2. "Hard To Make A Stand" - WXRT Live
  3. "Can't Cry Anymore" - WXRT Live
  4. "Redemption Day" - WXRT Live

Catalog No. 044-031-2 (ltd edition CD Plus)

  1. "Home" - Album Version
  2. "Home" - CD Rom of "Home" Video

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1997/1998) Peak
position
Canada (RPM) 40
Poland (ZPAV) 24
United Kingdom (UK Singles Chart) 25

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