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Written by Ella Holly.


Blue blue days, and long black nights
Lonesome tears you're gonna cry for me
And little baby
You'd better start baby
And leave

Think it over before you leave
I got the love - that kind you need
And little baby
You'd better start baby
And leave

I'll rave on with the things you say
You say you're gonna leave but that'll be the day
Maybe baby, you don't know
I left Peggy Sue, a long time ago

She's the girl on my mind
Everyday through all the time
And little baby
You'd better start baby
And leave

Solo

I'll rave on with those things you say
You say you're gonna leave but that'll be the day
Maybe baby, you don't know
I left Peggy Sue, a long time ago

She's the girl on my mind
Everyday through all the time
And little baby
You'd better start baby
And leave

And little baby
You'd better start baby
And leave



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    mudcatDec 5, 2008 at 11:29 pm
    Waylon Jennings claimed to write this song. He was on tour with Buddy when he died. He gave Buddy's mother the rights to the song. The story is in Waylon's autobiography.

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