You're My Home

"You're My Home" is a single by Billy Joel.wikipedia
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Songs in the Attic

It was originally on Billy Joel's 1973 album Piano Man, and also appears on Songs in the Attic (1981), The Ultimate Collection (2000), The Essential Billy Joel (2001) and 12 Gardens Live (2006).
The single-releases included: "Say Goodbye to Hollywood" and "She's Got a Way", which made the top 25, and "You're My Home".

The Ultimate Collection (Billy Joel album)

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It was originally on Billy Joel's 1973 album Piano Man, and also appears on Songs in the Attic (1981), The Ultimate Collection (2000), The Essential Billy Joel (2001) and 12 Gardens Live (2006).
It was first released by Sony Music Entertainment Japan in December 2000, and subsequently issued in the most of European and Oceanian countries with slightly different track listings (replacing Japanese top-3 charting hit "The Stranger" with live version of "You're My Home").

Keep On Singing

The song was also covered by Helen Reddy on her album Love Song for Jeffrey, which was released as the flipside of her "Keep On Singing" single.
The B-side of Reddy's lead single was a cover version of Billy Joel's "You're My Home".

12 Gardens Live

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It was originally on Billy Joel's 1973 album Piano Man, and also appears on Songs in the Attic (1981), The Ultimate Collection (2000), The Essential Billy Joel (2001) and 12 Gardens Live (2006).
Also for a short time, Sony Music Direct was offering direct downloads of "You're My Home" and "Sleeping with the Television On" as an incentive to purchase the CD from Sony Music's website.

Pennsylvania Turnpike

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The bridge makes references to Pennsylvania Turnpike, the early morning dew of Indiana and the hills of California.

Billy Joel

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The song, titled "All My Life", was Joel's newest single (with second track "You're My Home", live from Madison Square Garden 2006 tour) and was released into stores on February 27, 2007.

Piano Man (Billy Joel album)

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It was originally on Billy Joel's 1973 album Piano Man, and also appears on Songs in the Attic (1981), The Ultimate Collection (2000), The Essential Billy Joel (2001) and 12 Gardens Live (2006).

The Essential Billy Joel

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It was originally on Billy Joel's 1973 album Piano Man, and also appears on Songs in the Attic (1981), The Ultimate Collection (2000), The Essential Billy Joel (2001) and 12 Gardens Live (2006).

A-side and B-side

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The song appears as a B-side on "Piano Man" and "All My Life" singles.

Helen Reddy

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The song was also covered by Helen Reddy on her album Love Song for Jeffrey, which was released as the flipside of her "Keep On Singing" single.

Dew

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The bridge makes references to Pennsylvania Turnpike, the early morning dew of Indiana and the hills of California.

Indiana

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The bridge makes references to Pennsylvania Turnpike, the early morning dew of Indiana and the hills of California.

California

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The bridge makes references to Pennsylvania Turnpike, the early morning dew of Indiana and the hills of California.

Acoustic guitar

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The original version is accompanied by a finger-picked acoustic guitar as well as a pedal steel guitar.

Pedal steel guitar

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The original version is accompanied by a finger-picked acoustic guitar as well as a pedal steel guitar.

Country music

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The latter introduces a country music element to the song.

Australia

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The version from Songs in the Attic was released as a single in Australia and as a promotional-only release in UK.

United Kingdom

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The version from Songs in the Attic was released as a single in Australia and as a promotional-only release in UK.

Jim Croce

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Author Ken Bielen describes "You're My Home" as being from the Jim Croce school of singer-songwriting.

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Author Ken Bielen describes "You're My Home" as being from the Jim Croce school of singer-songwriting.

AllMusic

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Allmusic critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine describes it as the one introspective song on the Piano Man album.

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Allmusic critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine describes it as the one introspective song on the Piano Man album.