"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by and Robert Johnson....
Ride on baby don't you wanna go
Ride on baby don't you wanna go
Back to the same old place sweet home Chicago

Well, do you remember when the steel mill shut down
We had to go in the country, mama, 'cause you couldn't live in town
Ride on baby don't you wanna go
Back to the same old place sweet home Chicago

Well, do you remember baby back in 1934
You had the nerve to tell your daddy
That you didn't want him no more
Ride on baby, don't you wanna go
Back to the same old place sweet home Chicago

Ride on baby don't you wanna go
Ride on baby don't you wanna go
Back to the same old place sweet home Chicago


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"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by Robert Johnson

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