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Widespread Panic – Visiting Day lyrics

Baby please, don't turn your back on me
Let's walk along these cobblestones
To a simpler time
And why can't we just take a look around us
I want to see the things that make you smile
Like an orphan child on a visiting day
Baby, baby, won't you come my way?

Baby please, why won't you talk to me?
Seems the more I give the more you cry
To please you
And why can't we just take a look around us
I want to see the things that make you smile
Like an orphan child on a visiting day
Baby, baby, won't you come my way?
Come my way

Sometimes I'm feeling all alone,
Each place is just an empty space
And no rhyme or reason I run this stupid human race
So take all my money and just have yourself a time
Hope your having a good time

Baby please, don't be so sad today
Just drive on up to Thacker mountain
Up to Tennessee
And why can't we just take a look around us?
I want to see the things that make you smile
And why can't we just take a look around us?
I want to see the things that make you smile
Like an orphan child on a visiting day
Baby, baby, won't you come my way?
Come my way



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