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Rocking Chair In Hawaii lyrics

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George Harrison – Rocking Chair In Hawaii lyrics

I'm going down to the river gonna take me
My rocking chair
Going down to the river gonna take me
My rocking chair
And if those blues don't leave me
Gonna rock on away from here

If you want me woman please don't act so shy
If you want me woman please don't pass me by
I love those sideways glances
Your shoulder and your tigh

I see inside your eyes, the Baba's Sai
The reasons why I love you

So if you're still busy hiding
What it is you've got
If you're frightened of losing
What you like a lot
You may be cruisin' backwards
While thinking that you're not

I see into your eyes, the Baba Sais
The reasons why I love you

So if you don't get the picture
You won't know what I feel
If you don't get the picture
Then you won't have a depth of field
You may be going someplace
Someplace you've already been

George Harrison: voz, dobro slide e guitarra acstica, cavaquinho, teclas e coros
Jeff Lynne: baixo
Kim Keltner: bateria



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