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More Oar: A Tribute to Alexander "Skip" Spence (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Gone Gone Gone (The Everly Brothers) · Gone Gone Gone (Charlie Feathers) · Gone Gone Gone / A Bash Dem (Monster) · Gone Gone Gone (Charlie Feathers) · Gone Gone Gone / A Bash Dem (Monster) · Sing Great Country Hits/Gone Gone Gone (The Everly Brothers) · Gone Gone Gone / A Bash Dem (Monster) · Gone Gone Gone (The New Deal) · Gone Gone Gone (Charlie Feathers) – and 90 other albums »


at the oars
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Or staring from the rail
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And the sea bids farewell
             G#m
She waves in swells
at the oars
   G#7              C#m
Or staring from the rail
        E -A         B7
And the sea bids farewell
             G#m
She waves in swells
As I walked by the lake one day by chance my Dorraine passed my way
Then she and I walked hand in hand on the banks of Ponchartrain
I pinned a flower
Aboard a craft bereft of oar
I rowed upstream to find Lenore
Abducted by a bandit or
A king from some forgotten war

And mindful of his larval
Young Johnny Jones he had a cute little boat
And all the girlies he would take for a float.
He had girlies on the shore,
Sweet little peaches by
Young Johnny Jones he had a cute little boat
And all the girlies he would take for a float.
He had girlies on the shore,
Sweet little peaches by
Young Johnny Jones he had a cute little boat
And all the girlies he would take for a float.
He had girlies on the shore,
Sweet little peaches by
a note...layin' by the bedside
Tellin' me she's gone
And now she's gone gone gone just gone
Now she's gone gone gone just gone
Now she's gone gone gone just gone
bay
And my crew are the bravest ever handled an oar
And not by the tempest, they laugh at its roar

No ballroom can tempt me nor raise my despair
For
little peaches by the score
But master Johny was a wis'un, you know,
His steady girl was Flo
And every Sunday afternoon
She'd jump in his boat
the furniture gone gone away
Gone like the MIST of her gone gone away
My baby's gone away 

GONE like the silhouette there by the bed where she undressed
Young Johnny Jones he had a cute little boat
And all the girlies he would take for a float.
He had girlies on the shore,
Sweet little peaches by
She left me by myself.
She left me this mo'nin'.
She left me by myself.
She said, 'Johnny, yes I'm gone.'
'I won't be back no mo'.'
'You don't stop
just keep taping up the floor,
Ignore the water, and hope for the shore.

Water's a-seeping in,
And the ship is filling.
All the oars have gone off
Motherless children have a hard time when your mother is gone
When she's gone on home, when your mother is gone
Motherless children have a hard
Beautiful girl lovely dress
High school smiles oh yes
Beautiful girl lovely dress
Where she is now, I can only guess?

'Cause it's gone daddy gone
on my way again.

'cause she's gone, well she's gone,
Well she's gone, well she's gone.

She's taken all my money - she didn't even leave a dime,
Only one
And he's gone
Winter's gone

You find it's October
And she's gone
And she's gone
Summer's gone

You've been fooled by April
And he's gone
And he's gone
so Sinatra
You know my [?] not proper for the Oscars
But I opt out for the Oxfords in the Oxford
Ha ha, that hurts
Some'n by this oar got 'em
I had a girl, Kate was her name
We used to roller skate together
Now it will never be the same.

Now she's gone, she's gone, she's gone, she's
get to her from here

She's gone with the wind, swept by the rain
Living in another time, lord it must bring her pain
I could be a Southern man if
sold
It's value in the past ten years
Has increased twenty fold
I hope the man
Won't change too much
Oh mister owner please
I'd love to drive by one more
has she gone?

Flyin' high above the clouds,
Driftin' in my reverie,
All the time gone by does she remember me,
Remember me?
understands
Why for so long she'd been gone.

And I stood very still by the window sill
And I wondered for those I love still
I cried in my mind where I
'till no one understands 
why for so long she'd been gone. 

And I stood very still by the window sill 
and I wondered for those I love still 
I