Plain Jane
Bobby Darin Lyrics


My plain Jane never wear no lipstick or paint
You know she'll never try to be what she ain't
Come early in the morning you can hear the fella's call (woo)

Plain Jane won't you come out tonight so we can have a ball
Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight
Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, spend some time with me

Her mouth's a little too wide and her nose a wee bit long
And when you take a good look at her her shape seems all wrong
But she got this certain something that's so hard to define
And I wish that certain something was mine, all mine, all mine

And old Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight
Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, spend some time with me

I used to go with glamour girls to worship day and night
But Plain Jane has a cotton dress and it don't fit her right
I could never, never tell 'ya why I love her like I do
But if you took her out one fine night, you'd feel the same way I do

Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight
Plain Jane won't you come out tonight, spend some time with me

I say, spend some time with me
Woo plain Jane
I love her just the same
Oh plain Jane

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Written by: DOC POMUS, MORT SHUMAN

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Comments from YouTube:

jakestilson1947

Thank you. Always liked this- Bobby  enjoying goin" frantic to a beat.

Nostalgic jukebox

@jakestilson1947 My pleasure.... :)

alworkedup

Very soulful  :)

Canada2760

Best part is that jazz from 1:02 to 1:20.

Andy

What drummer can play this?

Jeffrey Leisure

I love playing this. I'm not great though.

SC00PZY Q

Old music is way better then newer music! But that's my opinion!

Agata F

You are absolutely right.

Farrah Teague

I share that opinion, SCOOPZY Q.

Stephen Rokta

I'm 65 years old I was just old enough to remember Bobby in the late 60s what a tragedy that he died at 38 years old if he would have lived to 60 or 70 God knows what kind of great music he had created he is a true legend my favorite of all time Mack the knife I remember listening to this song when I was 8 years old and I loved it then and even love it more now God bless you DodDarren for keeping your dad's memory alive Steve St Cloud Florida