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Written by Warren Zevon (?) circa 1966 (?)

Stars are hidden me
My lids I just can't keep on
Going now you're mine

Skies are falling, you
Are calling me and I will
Fall behind you tell me

Where we're going to
See the rain softly falling
On my window pane

Don't know where
But I don't care
I will follow him
Until the stars grow dim

Until the wind has blown
Away hey you tell me where
We're going to follow me (follow me, follow me)

My head is goin' 'round
My empty wrists are pounding
I don't know what to do
But I will follow you

Wind is cryin' trees
Are sighin' birds are flyin'
Higher now you're mine

Now the night is still
Wander where you will and I
Will find you tell me

Where we're going to
See the rain softly falling
On my window pane

Don't know where
But I don't care
I will follow him
Until the stars grow dim

Until the wind has
Blown away hey you tell me
Where we're going to

Follow me, follow me, follow me

My restless heels don't heed me
I'll wander where you lead me
But I don't know what to do
But I will follow you



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