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  1. Sweet Annie

From the recording Crooked Line

Deb D'Anne/composer, lead vocals, harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, Tim Blohm/acoustic lead guitar, John H. Skehan III / mandolin, Randy Artiglere/Acoustic Bass, Jeff Barg/drums

Lyrics

Annie grew up late last summer
But early in the spring she was still small
You might think that she forgot to come back home
But Annie knows I hate to be alone

Dear Annie how I missed your face last winter
So long, so hard, the cold cut to the bone
Here we are laughing in the summer
And chasing all the stars
Til the autumn takes you down

Oh Annie, sweet Annie
Oh how you love the rain
When I think I lost you
You come back home to me again
You’re growing up so tall
Do you see me at all?
Oh Annie sweet Annie won’t you stay?
Oh Annie don’t go away

You’re growing up so fast you’ll pass the trees
I brush against your skirt
Til your fragrance fills the breeze
It’s time to bring you in and make that crown
And wear it til next summer comes around

Oh Annie, sweet Annie
Oh how you love the rain
When I think I lost you
You come back home to me again
You’re growing up so tall
Do you see me at all?
Oh Annie sweet Annie won’t you stay?
Oh Annie don’t go away