Take Me

Lyrics: George Jones, Leon Payne
Music: George Jones, Leon Payne

Performed a few times by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman. Normally circulates as "Spring In California" but thanks to Matt Schofield for tracking down the correct title.

Take me, to your darkest room
Close every window and bolt every door
The very moment that I heard your voice
I'd be in darkness no more

Take me, to your most barren desert
A thousand miles from the nearest sea
The very moment that I saw your smile
It'd be like heaven to me

There's not any mountain too rugged to climb
No desert too barren to cross
Darling, if you would just show a sign
Of love, I could bear the load

Take me, to Siberia
In the coldest weather of the wintertime
It would be just like spring in California
To know your love was still mine

There's not any mountain too rugged to climb
No desert too barren to cross
Darling, if you would just show a sign
Of love, I could bear the load

Take me, to Siberia
In the coldest weather of the wintertime
It would be just like spring in California
To know your love would be mine

It would be just like spring in California
To know your love would be mine
Jerry Garcia Recordings
     Date Album Recorded By
     199? Been All Around This World Garcia/Grisman



Futher Information
For more information on recordings see Matt Schofield's Grateful Dead Family Discography

 


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