Bringing Mary Home

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Vanishing Hitchhiker - Cultural References
... songs include "I Guess It Doesn't Matter Anymore" by Blackmore's Night on Village Lanterne and "Bringing Mary Home" by the Country Gentlemen originally on Starday's subsidiary ... Sovine also recorded "Bringing Mary Home", in which he picks up a young woman standing by the road on a stormy night, only to have her disappear ... answers the door and tells him that he is the thirteenth man who has come to her, bringing Mary home ...

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