"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by and Robert Johnson....
There are many variations of the lyrics; these are the ones
Performed by Jake & Elwood on the soundtrack of "The Blues Brothers"
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,

Back to that same old place,
Sweet home Chicago.
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
Heidy-hey, baby don't you want to go,

Back to that same old place,
Sweet home Chicago.
Well, one and one is two,
Six and two is eight,

See'mon, baby, don't'cha make me late!
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
Back to that same old place,

Sweet home Chicago.
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
Heidy-hey, baby don't you want to go,
Back to that same old place,

Sweet home Chicago.
Six and three is nine,
Nine and nine is eighteen,
Look there, brother baby,

And see what I see!
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
Heidy-hey, baby don't you want to go,
Back to that same old place,

Sweet home Chicago.
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
See'mon, baby don't you want to go,
Back to that same old place,

My sweet home Chicago.


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"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by Taj Mahal

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