"Plain Jane" as written by and Sammy Hagar....
She falls somewhere in-between
Levi's and Vogue Magazine
She doesn't paint on her face
But what she does she does with taste.
And you can call her Plain Jane
But she's drivin' me insane
Plain Jane - Oh yeah, you're drivin' me insane.
Plain Jane - Oh, let me love you baby, yeah!
She kisses with her lips so tight.
Ooh, it hit's me just like dynamite.
Her sweet, simple innocence
Makes everyone else seem like past tense
And you can call her Plain Jane
But she's drivin' me insane.
Plain Jane - Yeah, yeah, yeah, you're drivin' me insane, oh!
Plain Jane - Heave-ho, oh, let me love you, love you, love you, love you,
Love you, love you
Takes a special kind of man.
To love and understand
My Plain Jane.
My Plain Jane - Talkin' 'bout my baby.
My Plain Jane - Oh yea.
Plain Jane - Uh-huh, my
Plain Jane - Ain't no body else no.
Plain Jane - Tellin' you you're drivin me insane.
Her smile comes on insecure.
But her eyes, they let you know for sure.
Oh, you gotta look hard and deep.
Her kind of lovein', it don't come cheap, no.
And you can call her Plain Jane
But she's drivin' me insane.
My Plain Jane - Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, you're drivin' me insane. Ow!
Plain Jane - I just, what's so bad? I wanna love you, love you, love you,
Love you, love you, love you
Plain Jane - Ow! I'm talkin' 'bout my
Plain Jane - Yeah, yeah, she's my baby.
Plain Jane - See her walkin' down the street, and I just wanna love you.
My Plain Jane - Come here baby.
Plain Jane - Now, come here baby.
Plain Jane - There ain't nobody else, no, and I'm gonna love you, love you,
Love you, love you, love you, love you
Plain Jane - Ow!
Plain Jane - Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...




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"Plain Jane" as written by Mort Shuman Doc Pomus

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