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  1. Jennifer

From the recording Katrina Brought The Water

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SD - vocals/guitars, maracas
Mark Drews - bass
Paul Van de Riet - drums
Nikki Campbell - congas
Robin Wiley - backing vocals
SS - congas/percussion
Recorded from March through October 2007 at VAVV STUDIOS, Los Angeles, CA

Lyrics

JENNIFER (by Scott Detweiler)

Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na

Jennifer, she was never
The kind of girl who ever
Gave a damn about what the people had to say
She would baptize the babies in the river in the mornin
As the sun came up to ride a brand new day
Now everyone will love you when you're gone
Now everyone will love, babe, when you're gone, gone, gone, gone
My Jennifer
I said, my Jennifer

And the sisters would sing
They'd sing
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na

My Jennifer, she was never
The kind of girl who ever
Gave a damn about what the people had to say
Well some people said that she knew
Louisiana voodoo
So they got the guns and drove that girl away

Now everyone will love you when you're gone
Now everyone will love you, babe, when you're gone, gone, gone, gone
My Jennifer

Now everyone will love you when you're gone
Now everyone will love you, babe, when you're gone, yeah
Now everyone will miss you
All you're enemies will care
Everyone will talk about you
When you are no longer there

Gone, gone, gone
Gone, gone, gone
Gone, gone, gone
Gone, gone, gone

When you're gone, baby
They're gonna miss you, child
You see, everything that you ever did, baby
Everything that you ever said
They're gonna miss you, baby, yeah
They're gonna miss you, child, awright now
They're gonna miss you, babe, miss you, babe, miss you, babe
Hey, yeah

When you're gone
Whoa, whoa
Oh, Lord have mercy on my Jennifer

Copyright 2001, 2007, 2008, 2017 Detweiler Music, ASCAP. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. Registered in The U.S. Library of Congress. Words and music by Scott Detweiler. From his album, “Katrina Brought The Water”.