"Beautiful Brown Eyes" as written by Arthur Smith, Alton Delmore and Rabon Delmore....
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
I'll never love blue eyes again.

Down to the barroom he staggered
Fell down by the door
The very last words that he uttered
I'll never get drunk anymore

(chorus)

Willie my darlin' I love you
Love you with all of my heart
Tomorrow we might have been married
But liquor has kept us apart

(chorus)

Seven long years I've been married
Wish I was single again
A woman never really knows trouble
Until she has married a man.

Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes
I'll never love blue eyes again.



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"Beautiful Brown Eyes" as written by Alton Delmore Arthur Smith

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