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Old man, I heard some things about the boy you used to be.
No father, no king, just a broken old man broken by the whiskey.
Too afraid to stay, too
I never made it back to Boston
I've always been a rambling man
But by the time I got to Phoenix
She didn't quite fit in my plans

I lost my heart in
ON THE SIDEWALK
BY A CAFÉ WHERE I HOPE TO BE WORKING SOON
PLEASE COME TO BOSTON/
SHE SAID "NO, DAVID, YOU COME HOME TO ME"

CHORUS:
AND SHE SAID,
"HEY
take notice of ___
If you see the road turning straight ahead
Got to run on down, never never be afraid

I know a man, well he's six feet tall
Buckskin
[G-Squared scratches]
"Boston"
"Boston"
"Representin' mass"
"Boston"
"The worst" "Fuckin' Boston"
"Boston"

[Verse 1: XL]
We're from the be
[G-Squared scratches]
"Boston"
"Boston"
"Representin' mass"
"Boston"
"The worst" "Fuckin' Boston"
"Boston"

[Verse 1: XL]
We're from the be
[G-Squared scratches]
"Boston"
"Boston"
"Representin' mass"
"Boston"
"The worst" "Fuckin' Boston"
"Boston"

[Verse 1: XL]
We're from the be
the time to throw her bail
But she'll be fine, she'll be fine

Spent a lifetime walkin'
Through the walls of a broken home
Not a man round here still
Why are people gay
All the night and day
Feeling as they never felt before?
What is the thing
That makes them sing?

Rich man, poor man, thief
Vanzetti spoke both day and night,
Told the workers how to fight.

I'll tell you if you ask me
'Bout this payroll robbery;
Two clerks was killed by
roam.
Never alone,
This is Boston it's our home.
Never alone,
The city streets are where we roam.
Never alone,
This is Boston it's our home.

Don't need
on the sidewalk
By a cafe where I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
I said no, boy would you come home to me

[Chorus]
(And) I said, ramblin' boy
He was just a blue-eyed Boston boy,
His voice was low with pain.
"I'll do your bidding, comrade mine,
If I ride back again.
But if you ride back
I was born and raised in Boston
An independent man
I never knew how far I?d go
My mother died when and I 15 years old
Then I moved down to Mexico
frustrated)
Have to be in by twelve o'clock (oh, that's a shame)
But I'm wishin' and a-hopin', oh
That just once those doors weren't locked
(I like to save time
you where you go

And nobody told me my life would be this way
I'm watching the years go sailing by
Just like the days
I'm thinking how Boston
And by a cafe where
I hope to be workin' soon

Please come to Boston
She said, "No, boy you come home to me"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy
Why don't you
Boston, Mass we keep it thug with niggas
We never shuvin niggas we try to hug you niggas
It's the love it's the love
We never shuvin niggas we try
He was just a blue-eyed Boston boy
his voice was low with pain
I'll do your bidding comrade mine
If I ride back again
but if you ride back and I
I'll be a "Cowboy" till I die
But you'll never put your finger on me

You'll never put your finger on me, you'll never put it on, put it on, on me
on the sidewalk
By a cafe club I hope to be workin' soon

Please come to Boston, She said no
But you come home to me
And she said

Hey ramblin' boy now you
here come the rich man in his big, long limousine.
Here come the poor man, all you got to have is green.
Here come the banker, lawyer and the cop.
One
they're frustrated)
Have to be in by twelve o'clock (Oh, that's a shame)
But I'm wishin' and a-hopin', oh
That just once those doors weren't locked 
(I
mean they're frustrated) 
Have to be in by twelve o'clock (oh, that's a shame) 
But I'm a-hopin' and a-wishin', oh 
That just once those doors weren't
dear
Won't we be something?

A weekend in Boston
The fall air in our clothes
I'll get lost in this bed with you
And never find my way home

So