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Your home will always be the place for which you feel the deepest affection, no matter where you are.
- ‘They say home is where the heart is and I left little piece of my heart in each house I lived in, I leave a little of me behind every time I move.’
- ‘And while home is where the heart is, spare a thought - more if you can - for those currently experiencing homelessness or displacement.’
- ‘But, despite travelling to all those places, home is where the heart is.’
- ‘What it didn't know was that home is where the heart is, and my heart lies in many places and I have many homes.’
- ‘And if a home is where the heart is, then maybe this one's for me.’
- ‘I enjoy living in Australia full-time more than living in the States because home is where the heart is.’
- ‘After all, home is where the heart is and my heart will always be in America, all 50 states.’
- ‘If home is where the heart is, then it is also the primary source of loyalty.’
- ‘But now I think home is where the heart is, and that's the most important thing for children.’
- ‘It's not that she's got anything in particular against Hollywood, you understand, but home is where the heart is and Kelly's heart firmly belongs to Dougie and the UK.’
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