"1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues" as written by and Harold Reid Ddn Reid....
I keep the radio on most all night long listen to the songs they play
Sometimes I hum tap along with my thumb listen to the words they say
And I have to admit those yesterday hits take me back a year or two
I get those 1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues for you
I get those 1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues
Well I need help when I hear No Help Wanted
Remembering where we first heard Lovesick Blues
Old songs make me wonder what you're doing
I get those 1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues

Gonna play this song for Rollin' John the Wild Side Of Life
It's Rolly Polly a golden oldie for Carl and his brand new wife
Makes me feel sad but it ain't half bad rememberin' the things I'd do
I get those 1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues for you
I get those 1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues
Well I need help...







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"1953 Dear John Honky Tonk Blues" as written by Harold Reid Ddn Reid

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