I Don't Want To Go Home Karaoke Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

Karaoke I Don't Want To Go Home Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

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In the same key as the original: F

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Lyrics of I Don't Want To Go Home

Oh, I know that it's getting late but I don't want to go home
I'm in no hurry baby time can wait 'cos I don't want to go home
Listen to the man sing his song but I don't want to go home
I don't mind if it takes all night long 'cos I don't want to go home
Listen, baby
I know we had to try
To reach up and touch the sky, baby
Whatever happened to you and I that I don't want to go home?
Lord, look at how the people stare
Said I don't want to go home
In their minds
I know they've all been there
I don't want to go home
I know the words to this song are real
But, oh, I don't want to go home
I know he's talking about the way I feel
And I don't want to go home
Listen, baby
I know we had to try
To reach up and touch the sky, baby
Whatever happened to you and I that I don't want to go home?
Mmm, I want to hear people laughing and having a good time
I want to know why she told me, she had to go
Why did she leave me lonely?
Mmm, I know that it's time to go but I don't want to go home
You can play your blues play 'em soft and low
'Cos I don't want to go home
Listen, baby
I know we had to try
To reach up and touch the sky, baby
Whatever happened to you and I
That I don't want to go home baby?
I don't want to go believe me, darling
I don't want to go home
Don't wanna be all alone oh
I don't want to go home, baby
Ain't nobody waitin' at home
Baby, won't you please come home
Baby, baby, baby
Baby, baby, baby
Baby, baby, baby
Baby, won't you please come home?
I need you tonight
I get home girl
'Cos ain't nobody waitin' ain't nobody waitin' ain't nobody waitin' at home
And baby, wont you please come home, girl?
I don't want to go home

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