"Mary's Just a Plain Jane" as written by and Bobby Taylor Johnny Ramey....
Mary pours the coffee at the Dixieland Cafe
She believes a stranger is a just friend she hasn´t made
Billy rebuilds engines when he ain´t pumpin´ gasoline
Friday night´s a movie after dinner at the Dairy Queen

Mary´s just a plain Jane
Billy´s just an ordinary Joe
Everybody sees a workin´ girl
Billy sees a Marilyn Monroe
And when he walks in the diner
With a hand full of daisies
He picked by the side of the road
Everybody sees a common man
Mary sees a Romeo

Never left Kentucky but they´re savin´ up to go
Gonna see the Opry and walk the streets of Music Row
Maybe get their picture made with a country music star
And still be proud to go right back to bein´ who they are

Mary´s just a plain Jane
Billy´s just an ordinary Joe
Everybody sees a workin´ girl
Billy sees a Marilyn Monroe
And when he walks in the diner
With a hand full of daisies
He picked by the side of the road
Everybody sees a common man
Mary sees a Romeo

Everybody sees a common man
Mary sees a Romeo



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"Mary's Just a Plain Jane" as written by Gene Dobbins Bobby Taylor

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