Lee Collins, Pud Brown, Bert Johnson, Ralph Sutton, Dale Deacon Jones, Smokey Stover After You've Gone cover

After You've Gone
by Lee Collins, Pud Brown, Bert Johnson, Ralph Sutton, Dale Deacon Jones & Smokey Stover
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Jazz

After You've Gone Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Now won't you listen honey, while I say,
How could you tell me that you're goin' away?
Don't say that we must part,
Don't break your baby's heart
Verse 2
You know I've loved you for these many years,
Loved you night and day,
Oh! honey baby, can't you see my tears?
Listen while I say
Verse 3
After you've gone and left me cryin'
After you've gone there's no denyin'
You'll feel blue, you'll feel sad
You'll miss the dearest pal you've ever had
Verse 4
There'll come a time, now don't forget it
There'll come a time when you'll regret it
Someday, when you grow lonely
Your heart will break like mine and you'll want me only
After you've gone, after you've gone away
Verse 5
After you've gone and left me cryin'
After you've gone there's no denyin'
You're gonna feel blue, and you're gonna feel sad
You're gonna feel bad
And you'll miss, and you'll miss,
And you'll miss the bestest pal you ever had
Verse 6
There'll come a time, now don't forget it
There'll come a time when you'll regret it
But baby, think what you're doin'
I'm gonna haunt you so, I'm gonna taunt you so
It's gonna drive you to ruin
After you've gone, after you've gone away.

Writer(s):Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Copyright: Henry Creamer, Turner Layton, Ray Sherman
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