"Who's in the Strawberry Patch with Sally" as written by Lawrence Russell Brown and Irwin Levine....
One day happy, one day sad
Feeling good, then feeling bad
In anger words are spoken
Then haste a heart is broken

Who's in the strawberry patch with Sally
Now that she's not picking them with me?
Oh no, I don't care what they're doing there
'Neath the shade of the old apple tree

Hey, I bet they're laughing and talking love talk
Just like the way we used to do
Ah, who's in the strawberry patch with Sally
Whispering, "I love you"?

I can't take it, I just can't take it
It's driving me mad
Sally was the best love-maker
That I ever had [Incomprehensible]

Who's in the strawberry patch with Sally?
Who's making love to her tonight?

I can't take it, I just can't take it
It's driving me mad
Sally was the best love-maker
That I ever had

Who's in the strawberry patch with Sally
While the Wabash moon is shining bright?

Had I been true to her, I'd be there now
In the strawberry patch with Sally tonight, oh yeah
In the strawberry patch with my Sally tonight
I just can't take it, no more, no



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"Who's in the Strawberry Patch with Sally" as written by Lawrence Russell Brown Irwin Levine

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