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GETTIN' BACK TO NORMA (Ray Griff) Bob Luman - 1969 Well, I left one early mornin' when the dew was like a blanket on the grass And I said goodbye to Norma in a note without a forwarding address Well, my life seemed kinda dull compared to all the things I'd heard and read about Well, there wasn't much excitement in our town, so I decided to get out Well, that ol' grey dog was kind enough to carry me away for seven skins Lord, and we rolled into Chicago just in time to catch the rain and the howlin' winds Well, the cottage streets and overtones of sex and violence ripped me to the core Lord, and I stood the mass confusion for a while, but I can't take it anymore Gotta get back to Norma and the world I left behind Gotta get back to Norma, huh, and the Norma frame of mind Well, I'm a-goin' home to mockin' bird, picnics on a Sunday afternoon Lord, and my lust for life is over and the air has all gone out of my balloon Well, I've had my fill of unruly nights and women that are classified as broads And I'm a-goin' home to sweet Norma, get a little closer to my Lord Gotta get back to Norma and the world I left behind Gotta get back to Norma, huh, and the Norma frame of mind (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2014)

    


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