Danny Come Home

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On a sunday morning

In a town near Montreal

A baby in a basket

Cried outside the convent wall

He had the eyes of the widow Johnson

And the station master's chin

And Sister St-Theresa heard him crying

And she took my baby in


When the shame inside me died

Then the mother in me cried

And I go by the playground where I thought he' d be

I' d smile at every little boy, so I could see

If one of them was smiling back at me


Danny come home,your mama' s heart is broken

Danny come home, you' ve been away so long

Don' t you know your mama keeps on hoping

That someday you' ll find out where you belong

Danny come home


On a rainy morning

In a town near Montreal

A lonely boy of seven

Climbed outside the convent wall

The station master helped him

Sneak aboard the ten-o-four and he was gone

And no one's ever heard a word

Or even seen the boy from that day on


And I still cried myself to sleep

About the child I couldn' t keep

And I always pray that life is good to him

It' s a story that will never have an end

'cause what we gave away is never ours again

Repeat 3 (x2)

Autor(es): Annette Tucker / Arthur Hamilton / Molly-Ann Leikin

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