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Gurf Morlix guitar
John Ciambotti bass
Donald Lindley drums
Jim Lauderdale background vocals
Skip Edwards keyboards
Pat Quinn background vocals


I drove my car in the middle of the night
I just wanted to see you so bad
The road was dark but the stars were bright
I just wanted to see you so bad
It didn't matter what my friends would say
I was gonna see you anyway
I just wanted to see you so bad
I just wanted to see you so bad
You were staying in a big hotel
I just wanted to see you so bad
I didn't know you very well
I just wanted to see you so bad
We'd always talked on the telephone
But I'd never been with you all alone
I just wanted to see you so bad
I just wanted to see you so bad

SOLO

I got off on the seventh floor
I just wanted to see you so bad
I couldn't have asked for anything more
I just wanted to see you so bad
I saw your face so clear and bright
I must have been crazy but it sure felt right
I just wanted to see you so bad
I just wanted to see you so bad
I just wanted to see you so bad
I just wanted to see you so bad

SOLO

From Lucinda WIlliams "Lucinda Williams"
Chameleon Records 1992 (1988)
Lucy Jones Music(BMI) 1988



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/l/lucinda_williams/i_just_wanted_to_see_you_so_bad.html

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