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In Your Window

I'm comin' up the hill to your place, darlin'. Yes, I'm a-comin' back home to you.

In Your Window
Diane Soden-Groves — World Kit percussion, vocals; Timothy Soden-Groves — Acoustic and electric guitars, vocals
Turn on the light in your window, babe
I can see it shinin’ from a long ways off
See it when I’m comin’ up the hill to your place, darlin’
Yes, I’m a-comin’ back home to you

Turn up the light in your window, babe
Let’s sit out here on your big old stoop
And talk about all the things we used to say and do
Just sit and talk and pass the time with you

Turn down the light in your window, babe
Wanna see, but I don’t want to see too much
And let me lay right here in your lovin’ arms tonight
Just snug as a bug in the rug by your light

I’m your little goat, got sweet little horns on my head Causin’ trouble most the time, regretting what I said

Turn off the light in your window, babe
Just wanna close my eyes and see
All the times we had runnin’ round and round and round in my head
Just hold my head now babe, and sleep

Turn on the light in your window, babe
I can see it shinin’ from a long ways off
See it when I’m comin’ up the hill to your place, mamma
Yes, I’m a-comin’ back home to you (x4)
"White Pine" words and Music by Timothy Soden-Groves, hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved.
"Just Like in Your Town" video by Diane and Timothy Soden-Groves, also hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved. Power to the hearts of the people!
Diane playing World Kit

2 comments on “In Your Window

  1. Sandy Olin

    And here I always imagined the horns were little devil horns rather than from a goat! 😂

    Like

    • Probably not that much practical difference between the two types, Sandy. Goat horns might be a little cuter, but the effect is about the same…

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