Come On In

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I was always searchin’ for a place to be
Wanderin’ and hopin’ — now I finally see
The home that I was missing
Was the place where I came from
Now I belong
And sing this song

CHORUS

Come on in
Don’t shed a tear
Come on in
Your friends are here
Come on in
It’s plain to see
You’re just like me
Just like me

You might be a young’un or well past your prime
We all got things in common that you can’t deny
So, if you’re hurt and lonely and you feel dissatisfied
Now, don’t you cry
Now, don’t be shy

CHORUS

Come on in
Get off the street
Come on in
Just take a seat
Come on in
It’s plain to see
You’re just like me
Just like me

[PATTY SPEAKS]
Oh, hey now, hey now boys
Hold up a minute, Danny Dacron is gonna take a verse
Hold on now — Hold up!

[DANNY SINGS]
Oi! Oi! Oi!
Everybody’s welcome
We won’t turn you out
Freaks and geeks and Trekkies —
Let me hear you shout!
This is your destination – hey, put that baggage down
This is your home
You ain’t alone!

[PATTY SPEAKS]
Thanks, Danny I’ll take it from here.

CHORUS

Come on in
And set awhile
Come on in
We’ll make you smile
Come on in
It’s plain to see
You’re just like me
Just like me

Written by Arigon Starr
©2006 Starrwatcher Publishing (ASCAP)
Lyrics reprinted by Kind Permission

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ABOUT “COME ON IN”

A rousing show closer, Patty sings a tribute to everyone at the All Nations Café — with a little help from punk rocker Danny Dacron. “I love that it is the same country band that switches over to punk rock and then back,” laughs Arigon. “All the musicians on the project got what I was trying to do and really surpassed my wildest dreams.”