Hear my voice where you are Take a train, steal a car Hop a freight, grab a star, come back to me Catch a plane, catch a breeze On your hands, on your knees Swim or fly, only please, come back to me On a mule, in a jet With your hair in a net In a towel when you're wet I don't care, this is where you should be
From the hills, from the shore Ride the wind to my door Turn the high with the dust Break the law if you must Move the world, only just come back to me
Blast you high, hear me call Must I fight City Hall Here and now, damn it all, come back to me What on Earth must I do Scream and yell till I'm blue Curse your soul when will you come back to me? Have you gone to the moon or the corner saloon At your rack, at your room Mademoiselle, where in Hell can you be?
Leave a sign on your door Out to lunch ever more In a Royce or a van, wrapped in mink coats or rain Anyway that you can, come back to me Hear my voice through the dim Feel the waves on your skin Like a call from within, come back to me Leave behind all your own Tell your flowers you will phone Let your dog walk alone, come back to me
Let your tub overflow If a date waits below Let him wait for Godot By the rail, Come by mail, COD Par avion, par bateau Dans une vielle, deux chevaux
Come by steam, come by gas Call for free on a pass On the drags and the glass, come back to me Leave your bills all unpaid Let your bed go unmade Your souffle unsouffled, come back to me Come by sail, come by freight In a box or a tray, keep your head on the plate I don't care this is where you should be
Come in pain or in joy As a girl, as a boy In a bag or a trunk (Shut up!) On a horse or a drunk In the flora or faun, come back to me Come back to me, come back...
'Daisy' 'Will you stop bothering me?' 'Why, Daisy, you're a bloody miracle!'