"Jane, Jane, Jane" as written by and Stan Wilson....
Jane, Jane, Jane, mark my bonnie Jane
As sweet as sugar in the cane, don't be ashamed
Jane cannot see. She's as blind as she can be
But the prettiest girl in all the world to me

Jane, Jane, Jane, with the pretty, pretty face
Dressed in rags she still looks like a queen
Jane, Jane, Jane, she should be in silk and lace
The prettiest girl that you have ever seen

Jane, Jane, Jane, mark my bonnie Jane
As sweet as sugar in the cane, don't be ashamed
Jane cannot see. She's as blind as she can be
But the prettiest girl in all the world to me

Jane, Jane, Jane, she has no mom or dad
She's all alone but still she is not sad
The wild birds sing a song, her little dog tags along
To hear her laughter makes my poor heart glad

Jane, Jane, Jane, mark my bonnie Jane
As sweet as sugar in the cane, don't be ashamed
Jane cannot see. She's as blind as she can be
But the prettiest girl in all the world to me

I know Jane is sweet by the sounding of her feet
I see her beauty when she speaks to me
If she could see me now, my love to her I'd vow
But I couldn't love her more if I could see.

Jane, Jane, Jane, mark my bonnie Jane
As sweet as sugar in the cane, don't be ashamed
Jane cannot see. She's as blind as she can be
But the prettiest girl in all the world to me

But I couldn't love her more if I could see
But I couldn't love her more if I could see


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"Jane Jane Jane" as written by Stan Wilson

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