"The Little Girl I Once Knew" as written by and Brian Douglas Wilson....
We met when she was younger
And I had no eyes for her
A few years went by and I saw her
Now I'm gonna try for her

(Look out, baby)

She's not the little girl I once knew
She's not the little girl I once
She's not the little girl I once
She's not the little girl I once knew

How could I ever have known that
She'd be what she is today
An' look at how her boy friend holds her
I'll be movin' in one day

(split man)

[Chorus]

(Bow, bow, bow) Laa-do-day,
(Bow, bow, bow) Laa-do-day,
(Bow, bow, bow) Laa-do-day,
(Bow, bow, bow)

[Chorus]

She's not the little girl I once knew
She's not the little girl I once
She's not the little girl I once knew
She's not the little girl I once
She's not the little girl I once knew
She's not the little girl I once
She's not


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"The Little Girl I Once Knew" as written by Brian Wilson

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    General CommentWhile lyrically this song isn't anything special, musically it has to be among Brian's best.

    Whenever I listen to this I always need to repeat it 3 or 4 times, it's that good.

    Always seems to be left off the "best of" compilation albums though, shame.
    cleverninjaon September 29, 2009   Link

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