Sarah Jane Sarah Jane
You're a funny girl
I think your just the one I know who could cheer me up
sugar cane in my vein you're a tilt a whirl
and I don't think that I could ever get enough

you know as well as I do
where I'm comin from
looking back we were the alley cats
of the small town children

when I'm feelin alone
feel like comin home
I give my sister on the phone

Sarah Jane Sarah Jane
You're a funny girl
I think your just the one I know who could cheer me up
sugar cane in my vein you're a tilt a whirl
and I don't think that I could ever get enough

Let's go on down to tenville
to a house on wheels
say hello to the old man
and get blessed by one of momma's meals
and when the sun goes down
we'll go run around
we'll drive all night
and paint this town

Sarah Jane Sarah Jane
You're a silly girl
I think your just the one I know who could cheer me up
candy cane in my vein you're a tilt a whirl
and I don't think that I could ever get enough
no I don't think that I could get enough of your sweet sunflower face
laughter so inviting I wanna share your space
you keep me laughing
see what's been happening
please tell Momma comin home

Sarah Jane Sarah Jane
You're a funny girl
I think your just the one I know who could cheer me up
sugar cane in my vein you're a tilt a whirl
and I don't think that I could ever get enough
said I don't think that I could ever get enough
said I don't think that I'll ever get enough
Sarah Jane Sarah Jane



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