"Midnight Maryanne" as written by and Paul Brandon Gilbert....
I hear the blue jay hummin'
Down the end of my street
He's got the words all wrong
But the right melody
He must be happy
'Cause I never heard him sing before

Woulda missed it again
From the start 'til the end
If it weren't for my midnight Maryanne
You know her friend's in love

I'm askin' all you people
Won't you lend me a smile
I walked for sixteen hours
Only seemed like a mile
I must be happy
'Cause I never saw the sun before

Woulda missed it again
From the start 'til the end
If it weren't for my midnight Maryanne
You know her friend's in love

You might be wonderin'
I wouldn't blame ya
You think you've got somethin'
That's gonna tame her
Don't even try
I've got the key
Her best friend is me
So come on and phase it like a Bad Stone

Woulda missed it again
From the start 'til the end
If it weren't for my midnight Maryanne
You know her friend's in love


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"Midnight Maryanne" as written by Paul Brandon Gilbert

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