"Joanna" as written by and Claydes/taylor Smith....
When I'm like a leaf in the wind you're an oak tree beside me
Lifting your branches to make sure I don't blow away
And when I'm like a rolling stone you're the Rock of Gibraltar
Steadfast and mighty and I ask myself every day
What did I ever do to deserve you Joanna
The warmth of your sweet lips the touch of your hand
What did I ever do to deserve your sweet loving
You took a baby and made him a man what did I ever do to deserve you Joanna
[ dobro ]
I wonder where I'd be right now if you hadn't found me
Asleep in a bunk gutter stoned nearly out of my mind
Instead I wake up every day to my own private rainbow
Wrapped in your sweet love askin' myself one more time
What did I ever do...
What did I ever do to deserve you Joanna

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"Joanna" as written by Henry Nicola Mancini

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