"Goodnight Irene" as written by and John A Lomax Huddie Ledbetter....
GOODNIGHT IRENE
Writers Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax

Irene good night Irene good night Good night Irene Good night Irene I'll see you in my dreams Last Saturday night I got married Me and my wife settled down Now me and my wife have parted I'm gonna take a little stroll downtown Irene good night Irene good night Good night Irene Good night Irene I'll see you in my dreams Some times I live in the country Some times I live in town Some times I take a great notion To jump in the river and drown Irene good night Irene good night Good night Irene Good night Irene I'll see you in my dreams Quit your rambling quit your gambling Stop staying out late at night Stay home with your wife and family And stay by the fireside of right Irene good night Irene good night Good night Irene Good night Irene I'll see you in my dreams Irene good night Irene good night Good night Irene Good night Irene I'll see you in my dreams






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