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The Shadows Of Knight – Willie Jean lyrics
Sometimes I think about
The folks back home
And twelve miles of road
That I used to roam
Sometimes I think about
My crazy Willie Jean
She ever get as far as New Orleans

We used to spend the summer
On a grassy river bank
And drink hot water
From a railroad filling tank
Sometimes I think about
My crazy Willie Jean
Will she ever get as far as New Orleans

Daddy told me son
I see ya your gonna come to harm
I'm gonna see you on that Knoxville County Farm
Sometimes I think about
That crazy Willie Jean
She ever get as far as New Orleans

Some times I lie awake
And I cry, think about Willie Jean
She ever get as far as New Orleans
Crazy Willie Jean
Far as New Orleans
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