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Sitting In The Palmtree is a song interpreted by ABBA, released on the album Waterloo in 1974.

Sitting In The Palmtree lyrics

See me sitting in the palmtree
Looking down at people passing by
Sitting here no one can harm me
They just stare at me and wonder why
No need to bother, I'm gonna stay up here
Whatever happens, I won't let no one near

Until you tell me
Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind, won't you please
You really love me
Jeanie, Jeanie you're so fine, yes you are now

And in the evening, when the sun goes down
I'll be the bluest of men in this town
'Cause I love you, Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind

See me sitting in the palmtree
Waiting for those little words from you
People laugh and point their fingers
Like I was a monkey at the zoo
But I will stay here, among my coconuts
So you will know dear, you're everything I've got

Now won't you tell me, Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind
Winds blow, stars glow, I see a light in her window
Dark trees, soft breeze, carry my message to her please

See me sitting in the palmtree
Getting angry at the silly crowd
No-one else but you can calm me
You should know by now I'm far too proud
I need to show you, I've got my feelings too
You shouldn't treat me like you always do

So won't you tell me
Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind, won't you please
You really love me
Jeanie, Jeanie you're so fine, yes you are now

And in the evening, when the sun goes down
I'll be the bluest of men in this town
'Cause I love you, Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind

Jeanie, Jeanie, oh so fine
Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind
Jeanie, Jeanie, oh so fine
Jeanie, Jeanie on my mind
Jeanie, Jeanie, oh so fine

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