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I Wanna Go Home lyrics

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Van Morrison – I Wanna Go Home lyrics

Intro:
(heres a very good old good one, see if you remember this one, see if we do!)
(this is gonna be nice, this is gonna be very nice)

Sailed on the sloop john b
My granddaddy and me
Round nassau town we did roam
Wed been drinkin all night
Well I got into a fight
Yeah and I feel so broke up
I wanna go home

Hoist up the john b sails
See how the mainsail sets
Send for the captain ashore
And let me go home
I wanna go home, I wanna go home, yeah
Cause I feel so broke up, I wanna go home
Yes I do
(hes so broke up, lord, I wanna go home)

Well captains a wicked man
He gets drunk any time he can
And he don't give a damn for grandpappy
No, nor me
He kicks us around
And he knocks us about
Well I feel so broke up, I
I wanna go home

Well pull up the john bs sails
See how the mainsail sets
Send for the captain ashore
And let me go home
I wanna go home
Well, I wanna go home
Cause I feel so broke up (hes so broke up)
I wanna go home
(yes I do)
I feel so broke up
(he so broke up)
Lord, that I wanna go home
Home



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