Mary Jane

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Mary Jane Lyrics

Virginia don’t wait for the sun to descend
Into the madness below
The stories you told my children and then
How you rocked the boy gently and slow
The terrified air of a juniper rain
And a harlot, deep in the snow
I can’t find the voices of October pain
But Helena maybe you know
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
The streetlights all shine, and the birds haven’t sung
But I am not one to complain
Maybe a vision will fill up my lungs
But Guinevere’s all that remains
In shelters of silver and shackles of gold
Emily knows where she is
She’s seen the white horse through eyes of the old
But she doesn’t know what he is
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
She hadn’t worshipped for very long
But God had a plan in store
Don’t you remember the misty-eyed song
When Clementine opened the door
The windows are burning that I used to know
The battles that thundered on high
But Georgia my dear she died long ago
Sometimes I think so did I
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
If you dressed in a soft indigo
If you dressed in a soft indigo

Virginia don’t wait for the sun to descend
Into the madness below
The stories you told my children and then
How you rocked the boy gently and slow
The terrified air of a juniper rain
And a harlot, deep in the snow
I can’t find the voices of October pain
But Helena maybe you know
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
The streetlights all shine, and the birds haven’t sung
But I am not one to complain
Maybe a vision will fill up my lungs
But Guinevere’s all that remains
In shelters of silver and shackles of gold
Emily knows where she is
She’s seen the white horse through eyes of the old
But she doesn’t know what he is
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
She hadn’t worshipped for very long
But God had a plan in store
Don’t you remember the misty-eyed song
When Clementine opened the door
The windows are burning that I used to know
The battles that thundered on high
But Georgia my dear she died long ago
Sometimes I think so did I
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, where is your mirror
Where are my maids in a row
Oh Mary Jane, Mary Jane, pretty you’d be
If you dressed in a soft indigo
If you dressed in a soft indigo
If you dressed in a soft indigo

Writer(s): Jonathan Sutphin
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

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