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Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
I hear your momma calling you
She feels she knows what to do
She says it's time you're
Westward bound
So come on home Lisa Brown
Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
You hung your hat in the cold Gaspe/
I guess that's the way it oughta be
Then you headed out to the
Old east coast
'Cause that's the life you
Love the most
Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
May find yourself in Mexico
That may be the way to go
Sweet senor and tequila too
Your younger days are leaving you
Further on down the road
Your story must be told
There'll be those that fret and frown
If you come on home Lisa Brown
Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
Come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
Lay your head and weary bones down
So come on home Lisa Brown
You've been ramblin' too long
So come on home Lisa Brown



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