Mary Jane's Last Dance Lyrics - Tom Petty
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Words And Music By Tom Petty
She grew up in a Indiana town,
Had a good lookin' mama who never was around.
But she grew up tall and she grew up right
With them Indiana boys on an Indiana night.
Well she moved down here at the age of eighteen,
She blew the boys away; was more than they'd seen.
I was introduced and we both started groovin'
She said, "I dig you, baby, but I got to keep movin' - on.
Keep movin' on."
Last dance with Mary Jane,
One more time to kill the pain.
I feel summer creepin' in
And I'm tired of this town again.
Well I don't know but I've been told,
You never slow down, you never grow old.
I'm tired of screwin' up, tired of goin' down,
Tired of myself, tired of this town,
Oh my, my, oh hell yes
Honey put on that party dress.
Buy me a drink, sing me a song,
Take me as I come cause I can't stay long.
There's pigeons down on Market Square,
She's standing in her underwear.
Lookin' down from a hotel room,
Nightfall will be coming soon.
Oh my, my, oh hell yes,
You got to put on that party dress.
It was too cold to cry, when I woke up alone.
I hit my last number, I walked to the road.
Writer: PETTY, TOM
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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Last dance with Mary Jane... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/29/13
This is a phenonemal song, and from what I've seen on youtube, great live too! Definitely worth listening to as the last song Stan Lynch played on, and, as quoted by Benmont: "Stan was great, he played his arse off!"
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