"My Blue-Eyed Jane" as written by Jimmie Rodgers and Lula Belle White....
The sweetest girl in the world
Is my blue eyed Jane.
We fell in love like turtledoves
While the moon was shining down.
I asked her then, I asked her when
Wedding bells would ring.
She said, "Oh, dear, it seems so queer
That this could happen here."
You are my little pal,
And I never knew a sweeter gal,
My little blue eyed Jane,
I love you so.
And when the sun goes down
And the shadow's creeping over town,
Just meet me in the lane,
My blue eyed Jane.
Janie dear, listen here,
I've come to say farewell.
The world is drear without you, dear,
But now I cannot linger here.
I'm going away this very day,
Oh please, come go with me.
I'll be sad and blue wanting you,
Longing all day through.
My little blue eyed Jane,
You'll always be the same sweet thing,
I know you'll never change,
I love you so.
And when the sun goes down
And the shadow's creeping over town,
Then I'll come back again,
My blue eyed Jane.

And when the sun goes down
And the shadow's creeping over town,
Then I'll come back again,
My blue eyed Jane.


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"My Blue Eyed Jane" as written by Lula Belle White Jimmie Rodgers

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