"The Bounty of Mary Jane" as written by and Robert Thomas Long....
Now I will run you like a threat
'Cause my worried eyes will see again
Make peace with sky, its rain may bring you hope
But no siren will call, brace your love for the fall

Now I will fall upon this town to call your name,
My sweet suffragette
Now I will fall upon this town to call your name,
My sweet suffragette, my sweet Mary Jane
My sweet Mary Jane

She's weighted down with loss at her side
She's on board a ship, a ship of ghost and lost pride
Now say hello to fate, my dear, wreck this story told
And if you dress my wounds, I'll feel your cold
I'll feel your cold

Now I will fall upon this town to call your name,
My sweet suffragette
Now I will fall upon this town to call your name,
My sweet Mary Jane
Now I will fall upon this town to call your name,
My sweet suffragette, my sweet Mary Jane
My sweet Mary Jane

My sweet Mary Jane


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"The Bounty of Mary Jane" as written by Robert Thomas Long

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