'Coffee Homeground' was covered by Kat Devlin and Mouse.
Kate about 'Coffee Homeground'
['Coffee Homeground'] was in fact inspired directly from a cab driver that I met who was in fact a bit nutty. And it's just a song about someone who thinks they're being poisoned by another person, they think that there's Belladonna in their tea and that whenever they offer them something to eat, it's got poisen in it. And it's just a humorous aspect of paranoia really and we sort of done it in a Brechtian style, the old sort of German [vibe] to try and bring across the humour side of it. (Lionheart Promo Cassette, EMI Canada, 1978)
Drums and percussion: Stuart Elliott
Rhythm guitar: Ian Bairnson
Bass: David Paton
Synthesizer: Duncan Mackay
Piano: Kate Bush