"Mary Ann" as written by and Ray Charles....
Fare thee well, my own true love
Fare thee well a while,
For the ship is a-waiting and
The wind blows free
And I am bound away for the sea,
Mary Ann.

If I had a flask of gin,
Whiskey there for two
And a great big bowl for to mix them in
I'd mix a drink for you my dear
Mary Ann.

The lobster boiling in the pot,
The bluefish on the hook,
The pain they bear is nothing like
The ache I bear for you my dear
Mary Ann.

Fare thee well, my own true love
Fare thee well a while,
For the ship is a-waiting and
The wind blows free
And I am bound away for the sea,
Mary Ann.


Lyrics submitted by ecorchee1

"Mary Ann" as written by Stuart Scharf Leon Bibb

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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