Susie Darlin'
Robin Luke Lyrics


I stood a-watchin' all night long
I stood a-watchin' all night long
I stood a-watchin' till you went away

You were a girl of many charms
Oh, how I loved you in my arms
I never thought that you would ever go
Because I loved you so

Oh-uh, Susie darlin'
I thought that you knew
You were all the world to me
All my dreams come true

I stood a-cryin' all night long
I stood a-cryin' all night long
Cryin' and wishin' you'd come back to me

Thinking of all the dreams we knew
Now that you're gone they won't come true
My heart is empty without you
Nothin' there but misery

Oh-uh, Susie darlin'
I thought that you knew
You were all the world to me
All my dreams come true

Now-ow I stand a-watchin' all night long
I stand a-watchin' all night long
Knowing that life has nothing left for me

I'll wait around most patiently
Hopin' you will return to me
'Til that happy day I will always be
Watchin' all night long

Oh-uh, Susie darlin'
I thought that you knew
You were all the world to me
All my dreams come true

Lyrics © CONGRESSIONAL MUSIC PUBLICATIONS, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: ROBIN LUKE, KARL PETER MOESSER

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Comments from YouTube:

Dick Buelow

This song is a classic.  Sad to see this kind of music not done anymore.

Carolyn Ciccio

WELL IT'S DOIN NOW

Bob P

But it is done, right here, now. Thank you for this. 👍🥰👏

Richard Skola

Talent has become scarce in the music marketplace.

Henry B

It is done today, you just have to look for it.

cazwell3333

+Dick Buelow If you see Sleepy Labeef you'll get that 50's-very early 60's feeling again. At 80, he's still great!

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San Anto

Imagine being a college student and you find out the professor had a top 10 rock hit some years ago. Freaking cool stuff.

geo2301able

My high school English teacher, Joe Shapiro, in Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, NY wrote the songs "Round and Round" (sung by Perry Como), and "The Treasure of Love." both pop music hits in the 50s.

king77703

@Joie Dierenfield Billboard #5

Joie Dierenfield

I think it was #3 😀

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