Blind Mary

Album: The Odd Couple (2008)
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  • Yeah
    I love Mary (I love Mary)
    Blind Mary marry me (Marry me)
    I love Mary (I love)

    She has never seen the sunshine (sunshine)
    Yet she's getting along just fine (fine)
    She's not staying she's just passing through (Ooh ooh)
    Hey, do you mind if I follow you?
    You

    I love Mary (I love Mary)
    Blind Mary marry me (Marry me)
    I love Mary (I love)
    Yeah

    I heard a voice say "catch me if you can"
    Before you know it I was holding her hand
    It's harder to imagine then understand
    How she knows exactly who I am
    Yeah

    I love Mary (I love Mary)
    Blind Mary marry me (Marry me)
    I love Mary (I love)
    Yeah

    She's my friend she doesn't judge me
    She has no idea I'm ugly
    So I've absolutely nothing to hide
    Because I'm so much prettier inside
    Yeah

    I love Mary (I love Mary)
    Blind Mary marry me (Marry me)
    I love Mary (I love)
    Blind Mary marry me (Marry me) Writer/s: BRIAN JOSEPH BURTON, THOMAS CALLAWAY, THOMAS DECARLO CALLAWAY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 1

  • Drew from Buffalo, NyThis song is one of the best on the album, behind Suprise in my opinion. It is noticeable what the song is about.
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