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Phone Booth Lyrics

from Heritage of the Blues: Phone Booth

"Phone Booth" is track #1 on the album Heritage of the Blues: Phone Booth. It was written by Dennis Walker, Robert Cray, Richard Cousins, Mike Vannice.
"Phone Booth" is track #1 on the album Heritage of the Blues: Phone Booth. It was written by Dennis Walker, Robert Cray, Richard Cousins, Mike Vannice.

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I'm in a phone booth, baby
Number scratched on the wall
I'm in a phone booth, baby
Number scratched on the wall
I'm new in Chicago
Got no one else to call

Been walkin' all day
For old friends I can't find
Hearts so cold
Had to buy me some wine
Calling you, baby
Took my very last dime

I'm in a phone booth, baby
Number scratched up on the wall
I'm in a phone booth, baby
Number scratched on the wall
I'm new in Chicago
Got no one else to call

Said, "Call big Rita
Anytime, day or night"
You know I'm broke and I'm cold, baby
And I hope you'll treat me right
I'm in a phone booth, baby
With the cold wind right outside

Songwriters
DENNIS WALKER, ROBERT CRAY, RICHARD COUSINS, MIKE VANNICE

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