This Side of Sanity

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“Find Your Way Home”

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Musical selection is “Find Your Way Home”, This Side of Sanity, © 1987 Jeff Avella.


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(intro - bah ba dah ba dah bah)

You ask, where did he go. What do you think?
He’s gone back to the bar to have another drink.
He should be on the stage to play this song.
But he’s so plastered he would PLAY IT WRONG!

He says …
(bah ba dah ba dah bah)

And he can’t find his way home.
he can’t find his way home.
no, he can’t find his way home.
(bridge to verse)

What’s that Jeff Beck song that’s been haunting me.
I don’t care who you know, get your hand off my knee.
When I get up to leave, don’t follow me.
Will you please go, I’d like some PRIVACY!

He says …

(organized jam

And you can’t find your way home.
you can’t find your way home.
you can’t find your way home.
no, you can’t find your way home …

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