“Mary On My Mind”
Words and Music by Ryan Newcomb

It’s sunny and warm in Sarasota,
Mary, I wish you could see the view,
Tell me is it lonely way up in North Carolina?
‘Cause it gets kind of lonely down here when I’m thinking of you,
‘Cause the sand just isn’t the same,
As holding on to your hand,
Still there’s something gentle in every breeze,
Like they seem to understand,
That’s why it’s strange to feel this way,
To want to give up my heart again,

But I’ve got Mary on my mind,
It’s not that hard of a place to find yourself,
Once you catch a glimpse of her smile,
It’s so easy to leave behind everything else,
As I watch the stars tonight,
I’ve got Mary on my mind,

Well we’re dead in the middle of winter,
And it’s starting to rain,
Rolling up to about 70 degrees,
And it hasn’t found a reason to change,
Still there’s something cold deep inside of me,
And it’s longing for you,
Maybe it’s wishful thinking,
But I hope to see you soon,

‘Cause it’s sunny and warm in Sarasota,
But every good thing has to end,
And every time I think I might’ve found a little something,
I swear it’s gone before it could ever begin,
And that’s why it’s strange to feel this way,
To want to give up this broken heart again,

But I’ve got Mary on my mind,
It’s not that hard of a place to find yourself,
Once you catch a glimpse of her smile,
It’s so easy to leave behind everything else,
So, as I watch the stars in the sky,
As I sing my songs tonight,
I’ve got Mary, Mary on my mind,

Mary on my mind.