On My Way to Work

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  • I want someone to come home to
    I need somewhere I can sleep
    I need a place where I can rest my weary bones
    And have a conversation not too deep

    Everybody else is busy doing better than me
    But I can see why it is
    They got someone setting them free
    Someone breaking the chains
    Someone let me be

    I want someone who can save me
    When I come home with a zoo
    I need somebody who's a sweet communicator
    I can give my alligator to
    Everybody ? a whole day talkin' about
    And I can see why it is
    They got someone breaking them out
    Someone finding the key
    Someone setting them free

    Could you be that person for me?
    Would you feel right setting me free?
    Could you dare to find my key?

    I want someone I can ?
    When I come home to my troops
    I need somebody who's to deal it with my sailor ?
    ?

    Everybody else is busy doing better than me
    And I can see why it is
    They got someone setting them free
    Someone breaking the chains
    Someone letting them be

    Could you be that person for me?
    Would you feel right setting me free?
    Could you dare to find my key? Writer/s: PAUL MCCARTNEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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