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Jewel Eyed Judy
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Danny Kirwan, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie

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Date Performance 1970-00-00
Running Time 3:17
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Performers Mick Fleetwood (Drums), Danny Kirwan (Guitar), Danny Kirwan (Vocals), John McVie (Bass), Jeremy Spencer (Guitar), Jeremy Spencer (Vocals), Jeremy Spencer (Piano)
Appears On
Kiln House (1970)
Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac: Bare Trees (1972)
Warner Brothers Publications Inc.
Jewel Eyed Judy/Station Man (1971)
Fleetwood Mac

    Lyrics »

Moonshine time
Thoughts of you
Spinning round
As thoughts do
I just wondered if
Your eyes still shine
As they did
When you were mine

I can see
In a dream
Thougts so clear
And jewels that gleam
Would your eyes
Still sparkle then
If we were, once again

Jewel eyed Judy please come home
Jewel eyed Judy don't leave me alone
Jewel eyed Judy please come home
Jewel eyed Judy don't leave me alone

Lovely Judy
Can you see
Where it is
You're meant to be
Where you lay
Your head tonight
May the stars
Find your light
So am I
Sitting here
Moonlight glistens
On my tears
Is this all
That we could find
Chains of memories
Left behind

Jewel eyed Judy please come home
Jewel eyed Judy don't leave me alone
Jewel eyed Judy please come home
Jewel eyed Judy don't leave me alone

    Tabs »
E  F#7  A  E

Bridge:

A  B  D  A   B  E

    Other Performances »
Date Performance 1970-08-11
Running Time 3:57
Performers Christine McVie (Piano), Christine McVie (Backing Vocals), Danny Kirwan (Vocal), Danny Kirwan (Guitar), Jeremy Spencer (Guitar), Jeremy Spencer (Backing Vocals), John McVie (El Bass), John McVie (Backing Vocals), Mick Fleetwood (Drums), Mick Fleetwood (Backing Vocals)
CommentsIncorrectly billed as "Jewel Eye Judy" inside CD booklet. Recorded at The Pacific National Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Appears On
Madison Blues (2003)
Fleetwood Mac

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2008-04-29

    Discography Credits »
Lyrics contributed by Paul Barlow.