Plain Jane
Copyright 2016 by Wes Tibbets

VERSE ONE

In junior high she was all elbows and knees
Skinny and shy, with braces on her teeth
She was tall, wore glasses, clumsy to a fault
Nobody ever seemed to notice her at all
There was nothing about her that stood out
She was just another face in the crowd
In the home room class, she sat right by me
And I always thought she was very sweet

CHORUS

There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane
Beauty comes in all kinds of shapes
God makes us special in our own way
There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane

VERSE TWO

We became best friends and we would hang around
By senior year we were going out
I was team captain and homecoming king
All the wanna be’s wanted to be my queen
But she was the only one that caught my eye
When senior prom came, she was by my side
A few years would pass, I would marry that girl
Now we have a daughter who is just like her

CHORUS

There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane
Beauty comes in all kinds of shapes
God makes us special in our own way
There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane

BRIDGE

The moral to the story of me and her
Is one I’m sure all of you have heard
Don’t go by the cover to judge a book
There’s more to love than just good looks

CHORUS

There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane
Beauty comes in all kinds of shapes
God makes us special in our own way
There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane

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There’s nothing plain about Plain Jane

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