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Home From The Forest Written and recorded by Gordon Lightfoot
C F C Oh the neon lights were flashin' and the icy wind did blow Am G7 F C The water seeped into his shoes and the drizzle turned to snow F C Am E7 His eyes were red his hopes were dead and the wine was runnin' low F G7 C And the old man came home from the forest
F C His tears fell on the sidewalk as he stumbled in the street Am G7 F C A dozen faces stopped to stare but no one stopped to speak F C Am E7 For his castle was a hallway and the bottle was his friend F G7 C And the old man stumbled in from the forest
F C Up a dark and dingy staircase the old man made his way Am G7 F C His ragged coat around him as upon his cot he lay F C Am E7 And he wondered how it happened that he ended up this way F G7 C Getting lost like a fool in the forest
F C And as he lay there sleeping a vision did appear Am F C Upon his mantle shining a face of one so dear F C Am E7 Who had loved him in the springtime of a long-forgotten year F G7 C When the wildflowers did bloom in the forest
F C She touched his grizzled fingers and she called him by his name Am G7 F C And then he heard the joyful sound of children at their games F C Am E7 In an old house on a hillside in some forgotten town F G7 C Where the river runs down from the forest
F C With a mighty roar the big jets soar above the canyon streets Am G7 F C And the con men con but life goes on for the city never sleeps F C Am E7 And to an old forgotten soldier the dawn will come no more F G7 C For the old man has come home from the forest
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