Come On Over To My Place by Dave Loggins

Now she was just a waitress in the cafe at night
Part-time mother by day
I heard her life story in a conversation
As she walked me to the side of the stage
She said, "When you're done, if you need someone
To tell your troubles to
Well, come on over to my place and we can make do"

The crowd was slow, so I did a light show
Came out and she was stacking chairs
I asked her where I might find me a room
And she said, "I just happen to have one to spare"
So I smiled and thanked her and said, "I can't go imposing upon you"
Well, come on over to my place and we can make do

She said, "Now come on over, we'll be all alone
The babysitter took the baby home
And it just ain't right to be lonely at night
You need somebody to love you"
Before I could answer, I looked
And I was standing on her point of view
And she said, "Come on over to my place and we can make do"

She said, "Now come on over, we'll be all alone
The babysitter took the baby home
And it just ain't right to be lonely at night
I need somebody to love me"
When she walked out, I was following so close
You'd think we had the same pair of shoes
When she said, "Come on over to my place and we can make do"
She said, "Now come on over to my place and we can make do"

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