Country Music

Blake Shelton sang a song with Michael Buble to pay tribute to soldiers who are not at home

In 2019, country music superstar Blake Shelton released a duet with acclaimed Canadian crooner Michael Buble titled “Home”, which was a dedication to all the soldiers who are away from their loved ones. The song was written by Buble and Alan Chang and originally appeared on Buble’s 2005 album “It’s Time”. The new rendition featuring Shelton was included on Buble’s “Love” album.

The lyrics of “Home” speak directly to the heart of military personnel who are serving far from home. The song talks about the longing for familiar surroundings and simple pleasures that soldiers miss when they are away from their families. The chorus of the song is particularly poignant: “Maybe surrounded by a million people I still feel all alone, just wanna go home”. This sentiment resonates deeply with anyone who has ever felt homesick or disconnected from their loved ones.

Shelton and Buble’s voices blend beautifully on this track, with Buble’s smooth vocals complementing Shelton’s twangy delivery. The arrangement features lush strings, understated piano, and gentle guitar work, creating a warm and comforting atmosphere. The music video for the song shows images of soldiers stationed around the world, interspersed with clips of Shelton and Buble performing in the studio.

Overall, “Home” is a touching tribute to the men and women who serve their country bravely and selflessly. It reminds us all of the sacrifices that soldiers make every day and the importance of supporting them in any way we can. With its timeless melody and heartfelt lyrics, “Home” is sure to remain a favorite among fans of both Blake Shelton and Michael Buble for years to come.

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