Bouncing round almost day to day
Working down trying to make it pay
But if the wheels come off I'll be rolling home
Right back in your arms to stay
Southern town I kind of liked a bit
Bird on a wire, almost made me quit
But if I had my way I'd jump a train and be
Right back in your arms to stay
Blue blue, baby blue
You didn't recognize me 'till I gave you a clue
Come to town and you're lost some where
Thirty thousand dollars in the thin dry air
Judy Collins, Wildflower, Got your head on strait
Jangling sound only twelve strings could produce
Pete Seger must have put to some good use
And if Leadbelly and the Bryds made a record it could be so you
Black and White TV could barely convey
All the sounds of this guitar that you play
And if I could go back in time I'd take a reel to reel and catch you on the fly

Blue blue, baby blue
You didn't recognize me 'till I gave you a clue
Come to town and you're lost some where
Thirty thousand dollars in the thin dry air
Judy Collins, Wildflower, Got your head on strait


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