"Baby Ruth In Atlanta" as written by and Michael Jude Christodal....
I asked you for a ride I was lonely
And hoping to see you before you left town
You said "I'm sorry I'd like to
If only I had had the time maybe next time around"

And I walked for miles and carried my bags
On streets with no sidewalks in search of a ride
It was me and a Baby Ruth
A chewy chunk of chocolate truth
And here from the bus I would like to say thanks
Thank you

I had imagined a breakfast of coffee
And muffins maybe some cinnamon toast
If I believed I'd gain your attendance
I could have provided the ho-holy host

And I walked for miles in search of a ride
On streets with no sidewalks and carried my bags
It was me and a Baby Ruth
A chewy chunk of chocolate truth
And here from the bus I'd just like to say thanks
Thank you
Thanks a lot
Thank you - not

Two seats behind me reclining
An angel is peering at me now from under a book
She catches me staring and smiles to the window
Again I'm in love and with only a look

And it must be it's true I am free
And last night a bird you know who spoke to me
Saying welcome the solitude it's your family tree
And you would've been
Only a heaven

At noon I will fly to my city my prison
And you will be forever gone from my life
And soon I'll deny any lingering vision
Of me in some catalogue and you as my wife

'Cause I walked for miles in search of a ride
On streets with no sidewalks and steep muddy banks
It was me and a Baby Ruth
A chewy chunk of chocolate truth
And here from the bus I'd just like to say thanks
Thank you
Thank you
Thanks a lot
Thank you

I was walkin' down the road carryin' a heavy load
Feelin' and believin' that might've been a prince toad
But no


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"Baby Ruth in Atlanta" as written by Michael Jude Christodal

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