Bobcaygeon Karaoke - The Tragically Hip

This title is a cover of Bobcaygeon as made famous by The Tragically Hip

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About

In the same key as the original: G

Release date: 1999
Genres: Alternative, Rock, Country, In English
Original songwriter: Gord Sinclair, John Philip Fay, Paul Joseph Langlois, Bobby Edwin Baker, Gordon Edgar Downie

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Lyrics Bobcaygeon

I left your house this morning
'Bout a quarter after nine
Could have been the Willie Nelson
Could have been the wine
When I left your house this morning it was a little after nine
It was in Bobcaygeon
I saw the constellations
Reveal themselves one star at a time
Drove back to town this morning
With working on my mind
I thought of maybe quitting
I thought of leaving it behind
I went back to bed this morning
And as I'm pulling down the blind
Yeah, the sky was dull and hypothetical and falling one cloud at a time
That night in Toronto with its checkerboard floors
Riding on horseback and keeping order restored
Till the men they couldn't hang stepped to the mic and sang
And their voices rang with that Aryan twang
I got to your house this morning
Just a little after nine
In the middle of that riot couldn't get you off my mind
So I'm at your house this morning just a little after nine
'Cos it was in Bobcaygeon where I saw the constellations
Reveal themselves one star at a time

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