Ann-Margret Lovie Joe cover

Lovie Joe
by Ann-Margret
Lyrics


Released
Aug 1, 2011

Lovie Joe Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'm sad, I'm glad, I'm mad
About that lovin' man of mine
He's so neat and sweet as the berry
That grows on the vine
And he's mine all mine
Verse 2
Oh Lovie Joe, that ever lovin' man
From way down home in Birmingham
He can do some lovin' and some lovin' sure
And when he starts to love me I holler more
'Cause he's the master of those lovin' arts
Where all your lovers quits
That's where he starts
And when I hear the wedding march so grand
Verse 3
I just get myself a wedding band
Take it to the preacher man
Make the preacher understand
That he must join me hand in hand
To Lovie Joe, that ever lovin' man
Verse 4
Oh Lovie Joe, that ever lovin' man
From way down home in Birmingham
He can do some lovin' and some lovin' sure
And when he starts to love me
I holler more, more
Master of those lovin' arts
Where all your lovers quits
That's where he starts
Verse 5
I just get myself a wedding band
Take it to the preacher man
Make the preacher understand
That he must join me hand in hand
To Lovie Joe, that ever lovin' man
Verse 6
To Lovie Joe, that ever lovin' man

Writer(s):Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Copyright: WILL MARION COOK, JOE JORDAN
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