Hail Mary

Album: VideoSongs (2008)
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  • Oh Mary I'm not coming home too soon
    Tell all our babies that daddy has gone to the moon
    My feet were sold to this winding road
    My feet were sold, baby, long ago

    Oh Mary I've left you a pile of dough
    Under the floor boards near Billy-Joel's radio
    Baby I love you, but there's no chance
    Baby I love you, but where's romance?

    Little Rock, I'm on my way to San Jose
    Driving at 90 an hour The Devil knows me

    Oh Mary I think of your eyes every day
    If I could see them I surely would not run away
    When we were young there was so much time
    When I was young there was so much time

    Little Rock, I'm on my way to San Jose
    Driving at 90 an hour The Devil knows me

    My feet were sold to this winding road
    My feet were sold, baby, long ago

    Little Rock, I'm on my way to San Jose
    Little Rock, I'm on my way to San Jose
    Little Rock, I'm on my way to San Jose
    Driving at 90 an hour The Devil knows me

    Oh Mary I'm not coming home too soon
    Oh Mary I'm not coming home too soon
    Oh Mary I'm not coming home too soon... Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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