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Home by now.

 
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Home by now.
[Swallow]
The locusts are singing, the sun is red
It's gotten so late somehow

[Poor Baby & Brat]
There's gonna be trouble
You know what they said

[Swallow, Poor Baby & Brat]
We should have been home by now
We should have been home by now

(Kids Meet strangers), See story)

[Swallow]
The locusts are singing, the sun is red
It's gotten so late somehow

[Poor Baby & Brat]
There's gonna be trouble
You know what Dad said

[Swallow, Poor Baby & Brat]
We should have been home by now
We should have been home by now


The Children bump into Amos, the towns teenage rebel. He is riding his new
(well new headlight and a coat of paint) motorcycle. Amos fancies Swallow but
has a girlfriend called Candy (Earls daughter).
He offers her a ride on his motorcycle, then asks her why she always walks
away when he talks to her. We have to get home and hide the kittens in the
barn she replies, and Dad will kill us if we are late again.
A trailer with one side removed slides onto the stage. Inside is Boone, he is
preparing supper for himself and the kids. The radio is playing Cold by the
Everly Brothers. The children arrive and as he switches off the radio a
warning is given about a killer who has escaped from prison killing two guards
in the process.
Earl arrives with a very small Christmas tree for the kids. Swallow offers him
some supper but he says that he is singing for his supper tonight.
Boone tells the kids that money is tight and there may not be any presents
this Christmas. The younger children argue over what they would like but
swallow says that she wants her mother back for Christmas.
Boone starts to sing Whistle down the wind...
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