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Hanging 'round Broadway
And I think I saw your face
Cars speeding by me
Reminding me of us
Rats going from the gutter to their holes
All these
'Cause she's a drifter don't mean that I don't care about her
Sometimes I live with her, sometimes I'm livin' without her
Just when I think that I'm
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
And the years rolled slowly past, I found myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home
I guess I
the part that I'd miss most?
When you're smiling and astride me
I can hardly believe I've found you and I'm terrified by that

I've got nothing to hide
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
And the years rolled slowly past, I found myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home
I guess I
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"

And she said
"Hey rambling boy,
on occasion
From broadway to cheyenne
Aces wild yes we am
Say hello to my best friend

Little Texas
Ride to live, live to ride
Let 'em roll one more time
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"

And she said
"Hey rambling boy,
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
the train stops once for hell
It's a hard world when they're forcing you to live your life out on Broadway
But Henry I'm sure you're gonna like it well
Like a fly batters itself against a window
Time and again and again it senselessly blunders
Up and down the length of West Broadway
the bag lady
Written by Lowell George
© Naked Snake Music

Well I am just a vagabond
A drifter on the run
And eloquent profanity
It rolls right off my tongue
past
And I found myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home, and I
Guess I lost
alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home
And I guess I lost my way
There were oh so many
myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home
And I guess I lost my way
There were oh so
on the sidewalk
By a cafe where I hope to be working soon
Please come to Boston
She said, no, would come home to me

And she said, ramblin' boy why don't you
past
And I found myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home, and I
Guess I lost
on the sidewalk
By a cafe where I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston

I said, 'No, would you come home to me?'
And I said, 'Hey, ramblin' boy, now
slowly past
And I found myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home

And I guess I
myself alone
Surrounded by strangers I thought were my friends
I found myself further and further from my home
And I guess I lost my way
There were oh so
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't
By a cafe here I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said "No. Would you come home to me?"

And she said, "Hey ramblin' boy now won't