"Only A Girl" as written by and David Mead....
What in the world
Could be happening to me
I'm waltzing through graveyards
And surfing TV
For a face that resembles
A picture of yours
Three thousand miles
And memory that's blurred
Once again

It's a lonely ol', lonely ol' world
And you're only, you're only a girl

So bring on the music, the rhythm of cars
Day breaks in Soho and covers the stars
With a blanket for lovers,
The stuff in my head
Closed eyes discover I'm walking home
Holding your hand

It's a lonely ol', lonely ol' world
And you're only, you're only a girl

I'm framing your picture
And walking your dog
First of December, stumbling along
Like a drunk in the vineyard,
A whore on the street
Tongue-tied, immortal and
Light on my feet once again

It's a lonely ol', lonely ol' world
And you're only, you're only a girl
Such a beautiful mystery
The gravity pulling a boy to
The ends of his earth
It's a lonely ol', lonely ol' world
And you're only, you're only a girl


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"Only a Girl" as written by David Mead

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