• Born in the USA

    Bobby Jean

  • Well I came by your house the other day
    Your mother said you went away
    She said there was nothing that I could have done
    There was nothing nobody could say
    Me and you we've known each other ever since we were sixteen
    I wished I would have known
    I wished I could have called you
    Just to say goodbye Bobby Jean

    Now you hung with me when all the others turned away, turned up their nose
    We liked the same music, we liked the same bands, we liked the same clothes
    We told each other that we were the wildest
    The wildest things we'd ever seen
    Now I wished you would have told me
    I wished I could have talked to you
    Just to say goodbye Bobby Jean

    Now we went walking in the rain talking about the pain from the world we hid
    Now there ain't nobody, nowhere nohow gonna ever understand me the way you did
    Maybe you'll be out there on that road somewhere, in some bus or train travelling along, in some motel room there'll be a radio playing and you'll hear me sing this song
    Well, if you do, you'll know I'm thinking of you and all the miles in between and I'm just calling one last time
    Not to change your mind, but just to say I miss you baby, good luck, goodbye Bobby Jean
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