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Home is a soulful and hopeful addition to ICONography. The track was produced by Rob Rhythm and mixed/engineered by E. Watkinz in Philadelphia. With a message many or most can relate to, especially those with connection to southern and/or rural roots, Home is the kind of intervention in music that has come to define Tim'm's best work to date.


produced by Rob Rhythm

Verse 1

I come from a place next to nowhere
Got to get back there, to get anywhere
This place I come from, two steps from memory lane
I found my joy, let go of my pain


Oh the places we come from
Things that we go through
Only to get to what brings us back home

Where I come from, I keep my head held high
Some say we low life, but our eyes are to the sky
Every thing I am, and ever will be
Red Dirt Country Roads [Hay Bales] and Collard Greens



rusty, crooked
ashy elbows and
chapped lips
carry legacy;
sop stories up
'bout belonging and not . . .

I've inherited
the lips of secrets
not told to me
whisperin' to me
in winds
between woods
and houses they build:

"remember where you came from
. . . remember the red in your melanin
like your feet remember
the texture
of this here red clay"

so I do . . .
is remembering...


It's a place where I can find myself
I can place my troubles the shelf I'm
I'm home again
I keep finding my way back
to where it all began

(Red Dirt Country roads, Hay Bails, and Collard Greens)


from ICONography, released October 6, 2015
Written and performed by Tim'm West
produced by Rob Rhythm
Mixed and Engineered by Watkinz at Watkinz Studios (Philadelphia)



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