Cheryls Goin Home
Cheryl's Goin' Home:Bob Lind. Flip side of Elusive Butterfly (#5 on BB Hot 100) on FONTANA Records in 1966. (It was supposed to be the hit instead of Elusive Butterfly.) INTRO: B #1. B The thunder cracks against the night..the dark explodes with yellow light. B The railroad sign is flashing bright..the people A E Gb Gbm stare but I don't care. A B My flesh is cold against my bones, and Cheryl's E B E B going home. #2. B Come hear me shouting through the rain..is there a way to stop the train? B A I've got some reasons to explain about the way E Gb I was today. A B The whistle moans and I'm alone, and Cheryl's going E home. #3. B Gb B Santa Rosa Special down the line, I'm running desperately behind. B There's only one thing on my mind, the rain and Gb A E Gb tears are in my eyes. A B The things I have to say will not be known, and E B E B Cheryl's going home. OUTRO: B E B E B And Cheryl's goin' home..........Oh, Cheryl's E B E B goin' home.........(Fade.) A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.