Mellow My Mind

Album: Tonight's the Night (1975)
  • Baby, mellow my mind
    Make me feel like a schoolboy on good time
    Jugglin' nickels and dimes
    Satisfied with the fish on the line

    I've been down the road and I've come back
    Lonesome whistle on the railroad track
    Ain't got nothing on those feelings that I had

    'Cause something so hard to find
    A situation that can casualize your mind

    I've been down the road and I've come back
    Lonesome whistle on the railroad track
    Ain't got nothing on those feelings that I had, oh

    Baby, mellow my mind
    Make me feel like a schoolboy on good time
    Jugglin' nickels and dimes
    Satisfied with the fish on the line Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: Silver Fiddle
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