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|Single by Thirsty Merc|
|from the album Slideshows|
|Released||May 3, 2008|
|Label||Warner Music Group|
|Thirsty Merc singles chronology|
"Homesick" was the fourth single from Thirsty Merc's second album Slideshows . It was released as a Digital Download on May 3, 2008.
The track has become somewhat of a live favourite of fans.
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||57|
|Australian Airplay Chart||11|
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