"Family Beat" as written by Michael Herzer and Steffen Herbold....
Downtown Tijuana. I was born in a little red shed.
My mama cared for me.
And my papa. Took me to the great blue sea.
With a big white summer hat.
When I left my family. I was not very old.
Mama can you hear me'

So I take my big white hat. And I'm coming home.
So I take my big white hat. And I'm coming home.
Sister make ends meet. Get me on to my feet.
Welcome back to the family beat.
Sister make ends meet. Get me on to my feet.
Welcome back to the family beat.

Downtown Albuquerque. I was living on my own.
No mama cared for me.
And no papa. Took me to the great blue sea.
This is bad. Don't you agree'
When I left my family. I was not very old.
Mama can you hear me'

When you're far away from home.
There's a promise and a prayer.
Oh so far away from home.
Just a promise and a prayer.

So I take my big white hat. And I'm coming home.
So I take my big white hat. And I'm coming home.
Sister make ends meet. Get me on to my feet.
Welcome back to the family beat.
Sister make ends meet. Get me on to my feet.
Welcome back to the family beat.


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"Family Beat" as written by Steffen Herbold Michael Herzer

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