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​Melody Brown

This song is by Kevin Johnson and appears on the album In The Quiet Corners Of My Mind (1969).

Standing at the station at a quarter to three,
Knowing she will be on the train and waiting for me,
Borrowed three dollars from the family dresser,
Got a packet of fags and I am out to impress her,
We can stroll through the city,
Maybe take in a movie,
The fellas will be jealous of me,
'Cause when they see the girl that is walking beside me,
They will be wondering who on earth it can be,

Melody Brown, Melody Brown,
How did I live without Melody Brown,
I was like a pebble in the sand out there,
I was like a shadow in the dark somewhere,
Melody Brown, oh Melody Brown, My world revolves around her, so,
Who would I turn to what would I do,
If she ever let me down.

Sitting in the park and throwing stones in the river,
Telling her the things that I would be willing to give her,
Sharing the last of a strawberry soda,
Maybe fixing her up for the kisses I owed her,
Gotta keep an eye open for anything different,
There is no telling what it might be,
'Cause I know that half the fellas in town,
Are trying to take her from me,

Melody Brown, Melody Brown,
How did I live without Melody Brown,
I was like a pebble on the shore somewhere,
I was like a shadow in the dark somewhere,
Melody Brown, oh Melody Brown,
My world revolves around her, so,
Who would I turn to what would I do,
If she ever let me down.