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Walking in rhythm
Movin' in sound
Hummin' to the music
Trying to move on

I'm walking in rhythm
Singin' my song
Thinkin' about my baby
Tryin' to get home

Walking in rhythm
Movin' in sound
Hummin' to the music
Tryin' to move on

I'm walking in rhythm
Singin' my song
Thinkin' about my baby
Tryin' to get home

It's been so long since I seen her
I'm tired and so all alone
I've travelled so very far
I've got to get back home

It's been so long since I kissed her
And held her tight in my arms
I've got so far to go now
I've got to get back home
Got to get back home

[Musical Interlude-Flute riff]

It's been so long since I seen her
I'm tired and so all alone
I've travelled so very far
I've got to get back home

It's been so long since I kissed her
And held her tight in my arms
I've got so far to go now
I've got to get back home
Got to get back home

Walking in rhythm
Movin' in sound
Hummin' to the music
Tryin' to move on

I'm walking in rhythm (Walking in rhythm)
Singin' my song (Singing my song)
Thinkin' about my baby (Thinkin' about my baby)
Tryin' to get home (Tryin' to get home)
Repeat and fade



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