"Jayne" as written by and Kelly Jones....
She took herself out in the car
She drove herself around the block
She said she's leaving me again
Then she got lost

I look for her out on the porch
I wanna see her face once more
She said she's leaving me again
Then she got lost
Then she got lost

She took the midnight train to nowhere
She said that she was leaving home
Yeah she's leaving me tomorrow
But tomorrow never came
For Jayne

I wait for her now and then
I hope to see her round the bend
She said she's leaving me again
Then she got lost
Then she got lost

She took the midnight train to nowhere
She said that she was leaving home
Yeah she's leaving me tomorrow
But tomorrow never came
For Jayne

Never came for Jayne
For Jayne
For Jayne...


Lyrics submitted by Sean_M

"Jayne [#]" as written by Kelly Jones

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    General Commentyay they put jayne up :-) this song is brill and should be on the next album

    sounds like jayne died just as a relationship ended

    but i dont have a clue really
    Sean_Mon April 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti agree with sean m. it's a simple song about a girl called "jayne" who "got lost" or got killed after just breaking up from her boyfriend (the character Kelly plays). Kick ass song and nice 2 see phonics using more vocals than guitar. i just love that 'gravel' voice. it's so unique, it sets them apart from the good bands to an excellent band.
    gladius1010on April 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is a great song and the way kelly sings this song is really amazin especially how he drops his tone when singing "when she got lost"
    cant believe theres only 2 other posts on this great song...
    domyboyon May 03, 2006   Link

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