Care of Cell 44

Album: Odessey And Oracle (1968)
  • Good morning to you, I hope you're feeling better baby
    Thinking of me while you are far away
    Counting the days until they set you free again
    Writing this letter, hoping you're okay
    Sent to the room you used to stay in every Sunday
    The one that is warmed by sunshine everyday
    And we'll get to know each other for a second time
    And then you can tell me about your prison stay

    Feels so good you're coming home soon

    Its gonna be good to have you back again with me
    Watching the laughter play around your eyes
    Come up and fetch you, saved up for the train fare money
    Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice

    Feels so good you're coming home soon

    Walking the way we used to walk
    And it could be so nice
    We're talking the way we used to talk
    And it could be so nice

    Its gonna be nice to have you back again with me
    Watching the laughter play around your eyes
    Come up and fetch you, saved up for the train fare money
    Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice

    Feels so good you're coming home soon

    (Ah ah ah ah ah ah)
    (Ah ah ah ah ah ah)

    Feels so good you're coming home soon

    (Ah ah ah)
    (Ah ah ah ah) Writer/s: Rodney Argent
    Publisher: MARQUIS SONGS USA
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Comments: 1

  • David from Flushing, MiThe theme of a fellow waiting for his sweetheart to return home from prison is unique in the music world, or any world for that matter. My girl the convict, a theme which didn't ctach on with the public, although the melody is very update and catchy with lots of hooks and beautiful harmony.
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