"Bye-Bye Country Boy" as written by Jack Segal and Dearie Blossom....
Bye-Bye country boy
You've been a joy, a shiny toy
Glad we played your County Fair
I'm glad you came to see me there
I sang that song, looked right at you
You came backstage like I knew you'd do
It's a doggone shame our week is through
Bye-Bye country boy, sweet shy country boy

Bye-Bye country boy
Your Sunday clothes, you brought a rose
I love the hot-rod moonlight spins
Those sleepy roomy country inns
Your voice sends my world aways
Those sunny laughing picnic days
You've been a joy, a shiny toy
Bye-Bye country boy, sweet shy country boy

Bye-Bye country boy
It's time to go, it's closing show
You still think that I'm a star
Just shows how hazy dumb you are
If you'd just say "Hey, stick around"
I'd tell my Band I ain't leavin' town
But you don't dream I'd settle down
Do you country boy, sweet shy country boy

Bye-Bye country boy
I got to pack, I can't look back
Don't come 'round and say goodbye
You mustn't see a big star cry
But once I'm home in old L.A.
My heart and mind will be miles away
Still wishing you had made me stay
Bye-Bye country boy, sweet shy country boy

You've been a joy, a shiny toy
I got to pack, I can't look back


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"Bye-Bye Country Boy" as written by Jack Segal Dearie Blossom

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