Who Sang Take Me? Karen Dalton

Release information
Release Date: 1971
Genre: Blues Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country Blues/Folk
length: 4:41
producer: Harvey Brooks
vocal: Karen Dalton
engineer: Warren Dewey, John Gardner and Jon Child
arranger: Karen Dalton and Harvey Brooks
Some other versions of "Take Me"

Take me in your darkest room
Close every window and bolt every door
The very first moment I heard your voice
I'd be in darkness no more

Take me to the most barren desert
A thousand miles from the nearest sea
The very moment I saw your smile
It would be like heaven to me

There's not any mountain too rugged to climb
No desert too barren to cross
Darlin' if you would just show a sign
of love, I could bear with all loss

Take me to Siberia
And the coldest weather of the winter time,
And it would be just like spring in California
As long as I knew you were mine

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Something on Your Mind
  • 2 When a Man Loves a Woman
  • 3 In My Own Dream
  • 4 Katie Cruel
  • 5 How Sweet It Is
  • 6 In a Station
  • 7 Take Me
  • 8 Same Old Man
  • 9 One Night of Love
  • 10 Are You Leaving for the Country

  • Release information
    label: Paramount Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin