"Baby Will Raam" as written by Michael Glabicki, Liz Berlin, Jim Donovan, Jim Dispirito, Patrick Norman and John Buynak....
I left my home on the way to Chicago,
Somewhere out in the middle of the road,
Where all my dreams are falling like snow
At night I can still see it glowing, Blowing
Cool breeze baby raam, raam, raam, baby raam, raam
Baby raam tonight as your belly will be full with all the seasons allowed,
And the baby will raam and the baby will rise above, Baby will raam,
You can cool me down like a big fat bird,
Well hold me down like a tumbling a bird,
Well, OM with your baby so right, Baby will rise above all the seasons allowed
And the baby will raam and the baby will rise above Baby will raam
Just the bliss of my blood, just the bliss of my blood
We belong in the bliss of my blood,
All my days when my days were good.
Hold me down in the daze of the sun,
Well come along my darling in the daze of the sun
Well, cool breeze Baby raam, raam, raam Baby raam, raam
Baby raam, tonight as your belly will be full with all the seasons allowed


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"Baby Will Raam" as written by Jim Donovan Jim Dispirito

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