Take Me Home Sue Hammond, c. 1982 1. I've traveled these miles through dozens of smiles' Never wanting a man or a home. Then you came along, and in less than a song The seeds of love you had sown. Chorus: Take me home, where the black bird sings by your door I won't ask any more And I'm so tired of living alone. Take me home, where the black bird sings by your door I won't ask any more And I'm so tired of living alone. 2. I knew from the start you'd be breaking my heart, It's a traveling life that we lead. Now are games at a draw, 'cause you know that I saw In you, a reflection of me. 3. I won't ask you to stay as you go on your way, But there's one thing I want you to know, When you are weary, and your days are too dreary, You can come back to me and I'll say: Sue Hammond is a former member of the all-women Bosom Buddies Stringband, taught this to Sally Rogers while living in a teepee of her own construction in Bath, MI. Shortly thereafter, she was found riding a motorcycle built for two across the Sahara Desert. She now makes her home in Galway in Ireland. (1984) From Sally Rogers album, 1984 DC
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