"Johnny" as written by Tony Hendrik, K. Van Haaren and John Edward Mcinerney....
I can hear them talking as I'm walking down the street
They're saying, "You're a fool, got to get back on your feet"
You tried so hard to keep her love and don't know what to do
And ever since she left your life, she left you feeling blue

Johnny try to forget her
Maybe you better, then you won't feel so blue
Johnny try to forget her
It wasn't forever, what else can you do?

Johnny, don't feel blue
Oh Johnny, it's up to you
She left your life a year ago, and you're still by yourself
Put all your feelings in a case then you put it on the shelf

You tried so hard to keep her love, your life has fallen through
You know you made a big mistake, you're still feeling blue
Johnny try to forget her
Maybe you better, then you won't feel so blue

Johnny try to forget her
It wasn't forever, what else can you do?
Johnny, don't feel blue
Oh Johnny, it's up to you

You tried so hard to keep her love and don't know what to do
And ever since she left your life, she left you feeling blue
Johnny try to forget her
Maybe you better, then you won't feel so blue

Johnny try to forget her
It wasn't forever, what else can you do?
Johnny, don't feel blue
Oh Johnny, it's up to you

I said Johnny try to forget her
Maybe you better, then you won't feel so blue
Johnny try to forget her
It wasn't forever, what else can you do...


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"Johnny" as written by K. Van Haaren John Edward Mcinerney

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