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Inside Looking Out

This song is by Grand Funk Railroad and appears on the album Grand Funk (1969).

This song is a cover of "Inside-Looking Out" by The Animals.
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Inside Looking Out
I'm sitting here lonely like a broken man.
I serve my time doin' the best I can.
Walls and bars they surround me.
But, I don't want no sympathy.

No baby, no baby,
All I need is some tender lovin'.
To keep me sane in this burning oven.
And, when my time is up, you'll be my reefer.

Life gets worse on God's green earth.
Be my reefer, got to keep smokin' that thing.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

I said now baby ... baby ..., let me smoke it ... smoke it ...
Makes me feel good ... feel good, yes, I feel good ... ah ...
Yes, I feel all right ... feel all right ..., yes, I feel all right ... feel all right ...
Yes, I feel all right ... Ah ...
Oh ...

Ice cold water is runnin' through my veins.
They try and drag me back to work again.
Pain and blisters on my mind and hands.
I work all day making up nickel bags.

The oats they're feeding me are driving me wild.
I feel unhappy like a new born child.
Now, when my time is up, you wait and see.
These walls and bars won't keep that stuff from me.

No, no, baby,
Won't keep that stuff from me.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

I need you right now mama.
I need you right now baby.
Right by my side, honey.
All night long.

Make me feel all right ...
Yes, all ..., yes, all ..., yes, all ... all right.

You better come on up and get down with me.
I'll make you feel real good, just you wait and see.

Make me feel all right ..., yes, I feel all right ...
Yes, all ..., yes, all ..., yes, all right.

Written by:

John Avery Lomax, Alan Lomax, Eric Burdon, and Chas Chandler

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