"Forget Marie" as written by and Lee Hazlewood....
Standing on the corner with a raggedy old suitcase by my side
Waiting for a Greyhound bus to come along so I can hook a ride
Gonna go as far as fourteen dollars will take a fool like me
Gotta find a place where I can hide, you know I must forget Marie

Marie, I'm standing on the corner feeling raindrops race tears down my face
Cryin' loser's tears and knowin' I never should have run the race
Never should have let her build a house of love that's fallen in on me
Gotta find a place where I can hide, you know I must forget Marie

Marie, I'm standing on the corner with a raggedy old suitcase by my side
Waiting for the Greyhound bus to come along so I can hook a ride


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