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I'll Be Home
-Artist: Pat Boone from "Pat Boone's Greatest Hits"-MCA: MCAC 10885
-peak Billboard position # 4 in 1956
-also a # 5 R&B hit for The Flamingos in 1956
-also charted by The Platters in 1966 (#97)
-Words and Music by Ferdinand Washington and Stan Lewis

I'll be home, my darling
Please wait for me (wait for me)
We'll stroll along together
Once more our love will be free
At the corner drugstore
Each Saturday we would meet (we would meet)
I'd walk you home in the moonlight
All of these things we'll repeat
So darling, as I write this letter
Here's hoping you're thinking of me
My mind's made up.
So long until I'll be home to start serving you
I'll be home, my darling
Please wait for me (wait for me)
I'd walk you home in the moonlight
Once more our love will be free
SPOKEN: Darling, as I write this letter, here's hoping you're thinking of me.My
Mind's made up. so long until I'll be home to start serving you.
I'll be home, my darling
Please wait for me (wait for me)
I'll walk you home in the moonlight
Once more our love will be free

Transcribed by Robin Hood
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