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The Derelict
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Dave Walker

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Oh I slept in a derelict
And I ate off the floor
I was wrapped in a blanket
As a knock came on the door
You can get out of here
Said a man in a raincoat
So I moved in with you and you loved me

Took a trip down the highway
And I spoke with my folks
It's a serious business
And there's no time for jokes
You can get out of here
Said a middle aged lady
So I moved in with you, and you loved me

Yes you loved, you loved me
There was so much at stake
Too much confusion
I'd had all I could take
No more get out of heres
From a man in a raincoat
Cause I moved in with you, and you loved me

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Performance #1:
Date Performance 1973-01-00
Running Time 2:43
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Performers Dave Walker (Vocals), Mick Fleetwood (Drums), Mick Fleetwood (Percussion), John McVie (Bass), Bob Welch (Guitars), Bob Welch (Vocals), Bob Weston (Banjo), Bob Weston (Harmonica), Christine McVie (Keyboards), Christine McVie (Vocals)
Appears On
Penguin (1973)
Fleetwood Mac
Did You Ever Love Me/The Derelict (1973)
Fleetwood Mac

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Published by WB Music Corp. ASCAP

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2008-08-06

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Lyrics contributed by Paul Barlow.