"Bish's Hideaway" as written by and Stephen Bishop....
I remember all the women
Who cut me deep
Like footprints in the sand
Leading away from me

But I got me an island, a hideaway to hide in
When there's nowhere else to go

I let the trees sway, let the winds blow
I'm alone in my hut with my radio
No one to hurt me or call me names
And no one but me to blame

They took all I gave them
Threw my heart into the bay
So now I just lay in the palm tree
And throw my worries away

But I got me an island, a hideaway to hide in
'Til the sun breaks through these clouds

I let the trees sway, let the winds blow
I'm alone in my hut with my radio
No one to hurt me or call me names
And no one but me to blame

Some sunny day, something looking fine
Is going to wake me up, take me off this island
But she'll have to treat me right
Or it's back to my hideaway some night

Where the trees sway, where the winds blow
I'm alone in my hut with my radio
No one to hurt me or call me names
And no one to blame

I let the trees sway, let the winds blow
I'm alone in my hut with my radio
No one to hurt me or call me names
And no one but me to blame



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"Bish's Hideaway" as written by Stephen Bishop

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