"Freckled Girl" as written by and Samuel Beam....
Someday soon I'll just live over
When you don't fear to taste
Across the puzzles to ponder

And I hope you're well
And you know that I love you
Though I write so seldom
You call every blue moon

You hurt your boy
So you know freckled girl this time
Wait for no tomorrow

Someday soon when we
We won't need some Christmas to spend time together
And I hope you're well
And you sleep every evening
Lying awake for your dreaming of children

You hurt your boy
So you know freckled girl this time
Wait for no tomorrow


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"Freckled Girl" as written by Samuel Beam

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    General CommentSomeday soon I'll just live over yonder
    Bring you coffee to taste, crossword puzzles to ponder
    And I hope you're well and you know that I love you
    Though I write so seldom and call every blue moon

    There's some tall Georgia boy
    Searching out a freckled girl with style
    Wait 'til tomorrow

    Someday soon when we hail from Atlanta
    We won't need some Christmas to spend time together
    And I hope you're well and you sleep every evening
    Never lying awake for you're dreaming of children

    There's some tall Georgia boy
    Searching out a freckled girl with style
    Wait 'til tomorrow
    smallwonderroboton April 01, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationStraightforward song about a long-distance relationship. The narrator, possibly in the military, wishes his partner well and asks her to wait for him.
    treanton July 20, 2015   Link
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    General Commentit's about his sistah...
    jed kingstonon October 19, 2017   Link

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