"To All The Girls I've Loved Before" as written by Albert Hammond and Hal David....
To all the girls I've loved before
Who traveled in and out my door
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before

To all the girls I once caressed
And may I say, I've held the best
For helping me to grow, I owe a lot, I know
To all the girls I've loved before

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I tried to stay
The winds of change continued blowing
And they just carried me a way

To all the girls who shared my life
Who now are someone else's wife
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before

To all the girls who cared for me
Who filled my nights with ecstasy
They live within my heart
I'll always be a part
Of all the girls I've loved before

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I tried to stay
The winds of change continued blowing
And they just carried me way

To all the girls we've loved before
Who traveled in and out our door
We're glad they came along
We dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved before

To all the girls we've loved before
Who traveled in and out our doors
We're glad they came along
We dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved, before


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"To All the Girls I've Loved Before" as written by Hal David Albert Hammond

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    General CommentTHis is a very male song about the glory of a life filled with getting laid.
    luminous1on December 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is hilarious. It looks like the wto of them met at a party, thought it would be a lark to do a duet, spent 5 minutes writing the song and another 5 recording it, and released it, laughing all the way to the bank (OK, maybe Willie was laughing all the way to the IRS).

    I like the way Willie focusses on the relationships, and Julio focusses on the sex. Somehow Julio doesn't seem as sincere.

    And I love the double entendre in Julio's verses (probably unintentional).
    Sonofagunzelon August 12, 2008   Link

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