Fayne'B 'Home, Sweet Home," as it now . stjands was changed by the authortwo or three times afterit was Ürst written. As originally ( written the song was ae f ollows : Mld pleasures aud palacea thongh we may s roam, 1 Be it ever so humble, tliere's no place hke home. , A charm from the skies seems to hallow us ( there (Like the love of a mother ] Surpassing all other), Whicb, seek through the world, ie ne'er met with elsewhere. There's a spell in the shade Where our infaney played. Even stronger than time, and more deep than . despair. An exile from home, splendor dazzles in vatn ; Oh ! glve me my lowly thatched cottage again. The birde and the lambkins that came at my cali. Those who named me with pride, Those who playedby my 6ide- The joys of the palaces through which I roam Only swell my heart's anguish- there'e no place line home. A8 PCBLISHED BT Ml!. FAÏNE IN NBW TORK IN 1831. ' Mld pleasures and palaces though we may roam, Be it ever so humWc.there's no place like home. A charm from the skies eeems to hallow us there, Which, eeek through the world, Ij nc'er met With elsewhere. Home! home! swect, sweet home! There's no place Hke home ! there's no place like home I An exile from home, eplendor dazzles in vain; Oh! give me my lowly thatched cottage again, The birde singing gayly, that come at my cali- Give me them, with the peaee of mind dearer than all. Home ! home ! 6weet, swect home '. There's no place like home ! there's no place like home ! How sweet 'tls to slt 'ncath a fond father's smile, And the cares of a mother to soothe and beKUile ! Let others delight 'mid new pleasures to roam, But give, oh ! give me the pleasnres of home. Home home 1 sweet, sweet home, But give me, oh! give me the pleasures of home. To thee Pil return overburdened with care; The heart's dearest solace will smile on me there. No more from that cottage again will I roam; Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home. Home ! home ! sweet, sweet home ! There's no place like home! there's no place like home !