"Before the Sun Goes Down" as written by Jimmy H. Martin and Harold Donny....
Well, pack up your clothes, go on and leave
Tell your folks that we are through
Honey, that ain't a-gonna make me grieve
‘cause I know just what you'll do
You'll pout and cry and swear that I
am the meanest thing in town
But I'll bet money that you'll be back
Before the sun goes down

Before the sun goes down,
You'll be home ready for some lovin'
You'll run to your mama for some kissin' and a-huggin'
And I'll be a-waitin' around
‘Cause I know you'll be home before the sun goes down

Honey, there ain't nothin' else in the book
That you ain't said to me
All kinds of names and low-down things,
I've heard ‘em all from A to Z
And when you've had your say, you'll up and run away
And swear you're leavin' town
But you'll come off it, come a-draggin' it back
Before the sun goes down

Before the sun goes down,
You'll be home ready for some lovin'
You'll run to your mama for some kissin' and a-huggin'
And I'll be a-waitin' around
‘Cause I know you'll be home before the sun goes down

Before the sun goes down,
You'll be home ready for some lovin'
You'll run to your mama for some kissin' and a-huggin'
And I'll be a-waitin' around
‘Cause I know you'll be home before the sun goes down




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"Before the Sun Goes Down" as written by Jimmy H. Martin Harold Donny

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