I’ll Go Home With Bonnie Jean – Song and Lyrics by 1988 London Cast

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Discover the poetic beauty in ‘I’ll Go Home With Bonnie Jean’ by 1988 London Cast. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of 1988 London Cast or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

I used to be a rovin’ lad.
A rovin’ an’ wanderin’ life I had.
On any lass I’d frown, who would try to tie me down.
But then one day, I saw a maid,
Who held out her hand, an’ I stayed an’ stayed.
An’ now across the green, I’ll go home with Bonnie Jean.

Go home, go home, go home with Bonnie Jean!
Go home, go home.

I’ll go home with Bonnie Jean!
In Edinburgh I used to know a lass with an’ air, an’ her name was Jo;
An’ every night at ten, I would meet her in the glen.
But now I’ll not see her again. Especially not in the glen, at ten.
For now across the green, I’ll go home with Bonnie Jean!

Go home, go home, go home with Bonnie Jean!
Go home, go home.

I’ll go home with Bonnie Jean!
Hello to married men I’ve known; I’ll soon have a wife an’ leave yours alone.
A Bonnie wife indeed, and she’s all I’ll ever need.
With Bonnie Jean my days will fly;
An’ love her I will till the day I die.
That’s why, across the green, I’ll go home with Bonnie Jean!

Go home, go home, go home with Bonnie Jean!
Go home, go home,

I’ll/He’ll go home with Bonnie Jean!