Suzie didn't want the fame like me,
She just thought it was a nice hobby,
But I knew that Suzie was the key,
So I persuaded her to come with me.

And the glockenspiel came in handy,
As we made our way across Tennessee,
We'd play for our suppers every night,
As Suzie's voice set the world alight.

As Suzie sang and I played on my guitar,
Well the world it, seemed to slow,
And my heart seemed to grow.
Suzie when did you get so God damn beautiful?
Well, I didn't have a clue,
Now I think I'm stuck on you.

We got well known as we went along,
People seemed to dig our country songs,
So we just smiled and carried on,
As Suzie's voice set the world alight.

As Suzie sang and I played on my guitar,
Well the world it, seemed to slow,
And my heart seemed to grow.
Suzie when did you get so God damn beautiful?
Well, I didn't have a clue,
Now I think I'm stuck on you.

Well that night as I lay in bed,
Suzie didn't want to rest her head,
And in the morn when I awoke,
Laying on my pillow was a note.

It said "Boy, we have a little time,
You want it yours, and me mine,
I didn't want to see you cry,"
But I cried over Suzie.


Lyrics submitted by amymcg

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