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from Capitol Years 1965-77

"Marie" is track #34 on the album Capitol Years 1965-77. It was written by Newman, Randy.
"Marie" is track #34 on the album Capitol Years 1965-77. It was written by Newman, Randy.

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(Written by Mitchell Torok & Ramona Redd)
(As recorded by Glen Campbell)
(From the movie 'Norwood')

Marie
You're a strange little one
Marie
Always on the run
Marie
Where do you belong

Sometimes you act just like a woman
Then you're childish as can be
Now should I treat you like a woman
Or maybe take you crossed my knee

Marie
You're a funny kind of girl
Marie
If I only knew your world
Marie
Then maybe I could play along
With you
Marie

Sometimes you act just like a woman
Then you're childish as can be
Now should I treat you like a woman
Or maybe take you crossed my knee

Marie
You're a funny kind of girl
Marie
If I only knew your world
Marie
Then maybe I could play along
With you
Marie

Songwriters
NEWMAN, RANDY

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