"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by and Robert Johnson....
Oh baby don't you want to go
Oh baby don't you want to go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago

Oh baby don't you want to go
Oh baby don't you want to go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago

Now one and one is two
Two and two is four
I'm heavy loaded baby
I'm booked I gotta go

Cryin' baby
Honey don't you want to go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago

Now two and two is four
Four and two is six
You gonna keep monkeyin' round here friend-boy
You gonna get your business all in a trick

But I'm cryin' baby
Honey don't you wanna go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago

Now six and two is eight
Eight and two is ten
Friend-boy she trick you one time
She sure gonna do it again

But I'm cryin' hey hey
Baby don't you want to go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago

I'm goin' to California
From there to Des Moines Iowa
Somebody will tell me that you
Need my help someday

Cryin hey hey
Baby don't you want to go
Back to the land of California
To my sweet home Chicago


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"Sweet Home Chicago" as written by Robert Johnson

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