Bonnie Raitt "Take My Love With You"

{Music is Poetry}

Daylight, I think about you and wonder where you are
At night I’m wishing, looking at the stars,
But I don’t worry ‘bout you, I know that soon you’ll be home.
But while you’re gone,
Take my love with you.
Let it be the light that sees you through,
Chase away your blues.
Where you go and what you do,
Take my love with you.
I’ll be your talisman. I’ll be your lucky charm.
Put it in your pocket. Put it in your heart.
That in your weakness, baby, just let it help you along.
And make you strong
Take my love with you.
Let it be the light that sees you through,
Chase away your blues.
Where you go and what you do.
Take my love with you.
Take my love with you.
Take my love with you.
And if the world around you begins to crumble and fall,
It wouldn’t matter at all.
Take my love with you.
Let it be the light that sees you through,
Chase away your blues.
Where you go and what you do
Take my love with you.
Let it be the light that sees you through,
Chase away your blues.
Where you go and what you do,
Take my love with you.
Take my love with you.
Take my love with you.
Take my love with you.
Take this red-headed blues singer with you by going to her website.
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My book blog is dedicated to finding books, stories & ideas that redefine women's literature to be something smarter & funnier. More RAWResome lit for ladies. I am remaining some-what anonymous because I have a day job. My Man-Beast and I are soon going to live abroad in China, so that's why I'm a reblog-aholic.

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