"Patsy Come Home" as written by Ronny Scaife and Katie Wallace....
Mile marker ninety-two on forty goin' west
I'd been drivin' without rest the whole night through
I saw this little cardboard sign about to fade away
Made a tear roll down my face with just one line,

Patsy, come home
It said, "Patsy, come home"
I bet a mother's watchin' out a window
Or a lover's waitin' by the phone
No matter who's wrong
No matter what you're runnin' from
Somebody's tryin' to tell you they love you
Patsy, come home

By Little Rock the rain was turnin' into snow
By now, I'd prayed she'd gone back home again
I won't forget for some time the hopeful kind of love
Or the desperation of that cardboard sign

It said,
"Patsy, come home"
It said, "Patsy, come home"
I know a mother's watchin' out a window
Or a lover's waitin' by the phone
No matter who's wrong
No matter what you're runnin' from
Somebody's trying to tell you they love you
Patsy, come home

Somebody's trying to tell you they love you
Patsy, come home


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"Patsy Come Home" as written by Ronny Scaife Katie Wallace

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