"Rosy Won't You Please Come Home" as written by and Raymond Douglas Davies....
Rosy won’t you please come home
Mama don’t know where you’ve been
Rosy won’t you please come home
Your room’s clean and no one’s in it

Oh my rosy, how I miss you
You are all the world to me
Take a look and see if you like it
If you like it please come back

Rosy won’t you please come home
Since you’ve joined the upper classes
You don’t know us anymore
Live and let your troubles pass

Rosy, rosy, will you write and tell me
If you don’t want to come back
I would sacrifice all I have
To have a happy home once more

Rosy won’t you please come home
Two long years have passed away
Since you tried to change your life
Christmas wasn’t quite the same

Rosy, rosy, got any answers
You are miles across the sea
And I’ll bake a cake if you tell me
You are on the first plane home

Rosy won’t you please come home
Mama don’t know where you’ve been
Rosy won’t you please come home
Your room’s clean and no one’s in it

Oh my rosy, how I miss you
You are all the world to me
Take a look and see if you like it
If you like it please come back

Oh rosy, will you please come back


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    General CommentRay had a sister called Rosie in Australia who was married to a man who used to beat her up. She used to write heartbreaking letters to her family in England, and everyone wanted her to come home.
    pandatronicon April 07, 2006   Link

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