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Blues from an Airplane - Jefferson Airplane

Do you know, how sad it is to be a man alone.
I feel so, solitary even in my home.
Without you, don't know what to do,
And I don't know where you go.
I can see, my life is meant to fall apart someday.
Just to be, a simple man who sadly lost his way.
Got no girl, so I got no world,
And I got no words left to say.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, come, make me happy,
Like I never, known before.
Say, say, say, say, say, have you ever,
Known a heart, who needed you more.
Without you, what's that sound around my heart I feel.
Something new, I'm sure the love you've given must be real.
I know now, and I'm sure of how,
I can be the man I feel.
I can be the man I feel.



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    UnregisteredJul 8, 2012 at 7:51 pm
    Written in a hotel in chicago, marty heard skip spence playing the riff in his hotel room and said it sounded like a blues.

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