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BABY, COME HOME (Sunny Skylar) as recorded by Helen Forrest with Hal Mooney & his Orchestra April 1947 Los Angeles No-one to kiss me goodbye at the door, No crazy evenings like we spent before, I never seem to get those little laughs anymore, Baby, come home! I get to work late, it's always past ten, The clock's stopped workin', it's broken again, I miss all my appointments 'cause I can't recall when, Baby, come home! We may have had our quarrels and our heartaches Every now and then, But darling, how I'd love all those heartaches If you'd come back into my arms again! The car is idle, I can't find the key, Our next door neighbours keep questioning me, I never knew how really lost a poor girl could be, Baby, come home! The car is idle, I can't find the key, Our next door neighbours keep questioning me, I never knew how really lost a poor girl could be, Baby, baby please come home! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2017)

    


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