"In the Evenin'" as written by Leroy Authur Carr and Don Raye....
In the evening
In the evening
Mama, when the sun go down
In the evening darling, I declare when the sun go down

Yeah, it's so lonesome, it's so lonesome,
I declare when the one you love is not around
When the sun go down
Last night I were layin' sleepin', and I declare I was sleepin' all by myself

Last night I were layin' sleepin' darling, and I declare I was sleepin' all by myself
Yeah, but the one, the one that I was really in love with,
I declare she was sleepin' someplace else
When the sun go down

Yeah, ooh ooh ooh wee
Yeah, ooh ooh ooh wee
Yes, the one that I was in love with,
I declare she was sleepin' someplace else

When the sun go down
The sun rises in the east, and I declare it sets way over in the west
Sun rises in the east darling, and I declare it sets way over in the west
Yes, it's so hard, it's so hard to tell, I declare which one that'll treat you the best

When the sun go down
Now goodbye, old sweethearts and pals, yes, I declare I'm goin' away
I may be back to see you again, little girl some old rainy day
Yes, in the evening in the evening, I declare when the sun go down

When the sun go down


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"In the Evenin'" as written by Traditional J Baird

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