Mary Sue

 

written by Gene Clark/John York/Pat Robinson

 

Gene Clark    vocals/acoustic guitar/harmonica
Carla Olson   harmony/acoustic guitar


A                                         Asus A
We used to make a run out of Bonner Springs
                                          D
Go and take a look at the girls up in Tonganoxie

E      A  Asus A
Me and JD
A                         Asus A
'58 Pontiac,  baby moons
                                         D
All waxed up sitting in the light of the moon
E            A
Something to see
    D   E    A Asus A
Ooh ooh Mary Sue
A                                           Asus A
We're goin' out cruisin' on a Saturday night
                                         D
Always had Susan, my Mary Sue holdin' me tight
E            A  Asus A
Always by my side
A                               Asus A
Beatin' on the top of a US town
A
Quarter mile run
                     D
The meanest machine shuts them down
E           A
I love that sound
    D   E    A
Ooh ooh Mary Sue
A D                                 E Esus E
I wonder by now who you are married to
    D    E             A  Asus A
Ooh ooh  my sweet Mary Sue
E                       D                             A Aus A
I wonder if your memory remembers me like I remember you
D                        A
The years roll by and I went far away
D                        A Asus A
Anywhere the wind would blow
D                     A
But in my mind I see her every day
E
Why did I ever let her go
    D   E    A Asus A
Ooh ooh Mary Sue

harmonica break

    D   E    A
Ooh ooh Mary Sue
A D                              E
I wonder by now  you are married too
    D      E          A
Ooh ooh my sweet Mary Sue
E                       D
I wonder if your memory remembers me
                A
Like I remember you
E                       D
I wonder if your memory remembers me
                A
Like I remember you

 

 

From So Rebellious a Lover Gene Clark & Carla Olson