"Sheraton Gibson" as written by and Peter Townshend....
I'm sittin' in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson
And boy do I want to go home.
I'm sittin' in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson
And boy do I feel all alone.
Cleveland, you blow my mind.
Cleveland, I wish I were home this time.
Don't want to be unkind .

But I'm sittin' in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson
Thinkin' 'bout a sunny barbeque
I'm sitting in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson
And my mind is a Cleveland afternoon.
Cleveland, you blow my mind.
Cleveland, I wish I were home this time
Don't want to be unkind.
Cleveland, you blow my mind.
Cleveland, I wish I were home this time.
Don't want to be unkind.

Oh Cleveland, you blow my mind.
Oh Cleveland, I wish I were home this time
Don't want to be unkind.

But I'm sitting in the Sheraton Gibson playin' my Gibson
And boy do I want to go home


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"Sheraton Gibson" as written by Peter Dennis Blandfor Townshend

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group

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