"Kirby's House" as written by and Borrell....
From the stomas came the novation
It rattled the foundations of the house that I live in
Now I can't live there anymore

A child sleeps then he awakens
He shrieks until he is taken
To a house he can live in

Take him to a house he can live in

And in the morning when you know it's gonna be alright
In the morning when you know he won't remember a thing
Well in the morning when you know it's gonna be alright
Hush-a-bye, it's gonna be alright

Yeah, I- I get drunk and sentimental
I need a touch that is gentle
Just to take me

Take me to a house I can live in
Take me to a house I can live in
Take me to a house I can live in

And I heard your crooked words about something
So I'm sayin' nothing
I know that it's nothin'

I can hear it in the house that you live in
Take me to a house I can live in
Take me to a house I can live in
Take me to somewhere I can live

Take me to a house I can live in [Repeat: x5]

Yeah, take me to a house I can live in
Ah, take me to a house I can live in
Take me to a house I can live in [Repeat: x7]
Take me to somewhere I can live


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"Kirby's House" as written by Johnny Borrell

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