"Streets of Sin" as written by and Joe Ely....
Mighty river, muddy as sin
Troubled waters, Like the shape I'm in

Would you open your screen
Let a poor boy in?
If I come back home
Off the streets of sin

Off the streets of sin
Off the streets of sin
If I come back home
Would you let me in?

If I could hitch a ride, on a DC9
I'd be back home by closin' time

Would you open your screen
Let a poor boy in?
If I come back home
Off the streets of sin

Off the streets of sin
Off the streets of sin
If I come back home
Would you let me in?

Love, oh, love, can't you hear me moan?
This ramblin' boy ain't got no home

Would you open your screen
Let a poor boy in?
If I come back home
Off the streets of sin

Off the Streets of Sin
Off the Streets of Sin
If I come back Home
Would you let me in?

Off the streets of sin
Off the streets of sin
If I come back Home
Off the streets of sin?


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"Streets of Sin" as written by Joe Ely

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