"Daisy Jane" as written by and Gerry Beckley....
Flyin' me back to Memphis
Gotta find my Daisy Jane
Well the summer's gonne
And I hope she's feelin' the same

Well I left her just to roam the city
Thinkin' it would easy the pain
I'm a crazy man and I'm playin' my crazy game, game
Does she really love me I think she does

Like the star above me I know
Because when the sky is bright
Everything's all right

Flyin' me back to Memphis
Honey keep the oven warm
All the clouds are clearin'
And I think we're over the storm

Well I been pickin' it up around me
Daisy I think I'm same
Well I'm awful glad
And I guess you're really to blame, blame

Do you really love me
I hope you do
Like the stars above me how I love you

When it's cold at night
Everything's all right


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"Daisy Jane" as written by Gerry Beckley

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    General CommentKinda Sounds like a guy havin a long distance relationship, then he goes to see his love and she wants to end it?
    fiascodagamaon November 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAs a long-time traveler, these lyrics are most appropriate. Next time you are flying home-think of this song.
    johnfon October 31, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds like the narrator needed a break from a relationship ("Well, I left her just to roam the city
    Thinkin' it would ease the pain") but he's coming back now and he hopes that she still loves him.
    ConductivePigeonon June 01, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI agree - the guy needs a relationship "break"
    but also realizes he's part of the problem -
    America were pretty good, and probably would
    have been the acoustic-singer-songwriters of
    thier time if not for CSNY
    rockboy52on December 12, 2012   Link

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