In the cafe you were sitting all alone
seemed a shame that a woman such as you had not changed her name
and all the while my thoughts were painted plain upon my brow
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now

Allie you're the sweetest thing that i ever seen, its true
how my head starts a spinning when i look at you
my feet can't find the floor to stand up straight
they won't, not now
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now

I would sing you songs of love beneath your windowpane
I would whisper poems in your palms in pouring rain
oh to kiss your neck, your hands your eyes, your mouth
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now

All my life I've
been waiting for someone
waiting for someone
to find me
to remind me

In the cafe you were sitting all alone
seemed a shame that a woman such as you had not changed her name
and all the while my thoughts were painted plain upon my brow
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now
Allie, you ought to be a married woman now


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    General CommentThis song makes me really proud to own the name "Allie". It's simply a sweet and beautiful song.
    HappyCricketSmileon December 26, 2010   Link

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