"Sha-Marie" as written by Bozo Darnell and Benny Jr. Hall....
There are strories about a lady always waiting for her man
I've got a girl named Sha-Marie a waitin' for me in Louisianne
Sha-Marie Sha-Marie wait a little longer if you can
I'm gonna marry Sha-Marie when I get home to Louisianne

Well there'll be flowers and white lilies on the bayou where we'll stand
I won't have to hold her mem'ry of old Sha-Marie's hand
But I'm a long way from home and Sha-Maria
But there'll be happy days when I get home again
Sha-Marie she's my baby and I am Sha-Marie's man
[ steel - guitar ]
I left my girl to see the world but I'm a gonna turn back if I can
I'm gonna marry Sha-Marie and I'll never leave again

There'll be flowers and white lilies...
Sha-Marie she's my baby and I am Sha-Marie's man







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"Sha-Marie" as written by Bozo Darnell Benny Jr. Hall

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