Jennifer Johnson and Me Conway Twitty
CAPO ON 1st FRET
[C]Deep in the pocket of an [F]old sport coat jacket,
I chanced to discover an old [C]memory,
[F]Three for a quarter, a [C]black and white protrait,
Taken of Jennifer [G]Johnson and [C]me.
I'm in the corner with my shirt collar open
Like some Latin lover on late night TV.
Sittin' right here with her head on my shoulder,
Jennifer Johnson, she's smiling at me.
[F]Three for a quarter, a [C]black and white portrait.
Jen, closed the curtain so no one could [G]see.
[F]Hey, kiss me quick, 'cause the [C]red light is flashin'
Flashin' on Jennifer [G]Johnson and [C]me.
UP A 1/2 STEP
It must have been summer, Nineteen Sixty-Seven,
The Beatles were singin' that love's all you need.
I held her hand while we walked through the arcade,
Two young believers on a three dollar spree.
Later that night we were parked in the darkness,
I felt her warmth in the cool evenin' breeze,
I told her then that I'd love her forever,
Forever, for Jennifer Johnson and me.
Three for a quarter, a black and white portrait,
Jennifer Johnson, what a sweet memory.
I saved the picture in my sportcoat pocket,
Jennifer Johnson, did you save one of me?
I saved her picture in my sportcoat pocket,
Jennifer Johnson, did you save one of me?..