Van Zant — Plain Jane lyrics

Written by Bob Johnston, Michael Lunn, Donnie Van Zant and Johnny Van Zant

Ah, tell 'em about it Darlin'.
Here we go.

She's a waitress at her corner,
Always dancin' nine-to-five.
Well, she ain't no supermodel,
But I'm here to tell you, she's fine, (Ha, ha.)
She's so fine, Johnny.
She's like the classic girl next door,
There's somethin' 'bout her walk:
There's somethin' that goes off inside,
Each time she starts to talk.

Plain Jane,
Oh, I love her name.
She drives me insane.
She's my plain Jane.

She always gets my business,
I can't wait to ring her bell.
(Ah, I bet you can't Donnie.)
She puts a quarter in the jukebox:
Says she don't kiss an' tell.
Is that right, brother.
The way she wears that dress, (Yeah.)
It's time that I confess:
The music starts an' my heart stops,
An' I become a mess.

Plain Jane,
Oh, I love her name.
She drives me insane.
She's my plain Jane.

Nothin' fancy: she's just got everything.
She's so addicting; she's so amazing:
Can't think of anything.

Do, do, do do.
(Whoa, talk to me, plain Jane.)
Do, do, do do, do, do.
Whoa, yeah,
C'mon.

Plain Jane,
Oh, I love her name.
She drives me insane.
She's my plain Jane. (Jane, Jane.)

Plain Jane,
Oh, I love her name.
She drives me insane.
She said just call me plain Jane.
(That's right, buddy. "

Plain Jane,
She's my plain Jane.
She's my plain Jane.
She's my plain, (Jane)
Whoo, she's my plain Jane.
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Songwriters: DONALD 'DONNIE' VAN ZANT, JOHNNY ROY VAN ZANT, MICHAEL LUNN, ROBERT WHITE JOHNSON
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