Kansas City

Album: Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes (2014)
  • I listen to you time and time again
    While you tell me just what's right
    And you tell me a thousand things a day
    Then sleep somewhere's else at night
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    And you call me to come, then I do
    And you say you made some mistake
    You invite me into your house
    Then you say you gotta pay for what you break
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    And I love you dear, but just how long
    And I keep singing the same old song
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    Gypsy woman, you know every place I go
    Even a thousand miles away from home
    You don't care if I'm asleep or I'm awake
    This fickle heart just turn to stone
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    I'm going back to Kansas City

    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    And I love you dear, but just how long
    Can I keep singing the same old song
    I'm going back to Kansas City Writer/s: MARCUS OLIVER JOHNSTON MUMFORD, ROBERT DYLAN, TAYLOR ZACHARY GOLDSMITH
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group, Universal Music Publishing Group, Wixen Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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