"City Girl" as written by and Gordon Mills....
Please
Tonight
Last night
You
You're always
Wonderful
I want you
I do
I do
I do

City girl
I want
You

City girl
You're beautiful
I love you
I do
I do
I do


Lyrics submitted by verena_mattos, edited by WittyDeity, edgar10153

"City Girl" as written by Gordon Mills

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    General Commentwell, this song pretty much speaks for itself. i heard it in Lost in Translation, and it fit really nicely into the movie.
    imgunnin4uon March 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah, same, this song is nice. I like the scence its played in, its perfect and really sets the mood. I wish I knew more of this guys stuff.
    productofthe80son July 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentkevin shields fronted My Bloody Valentine in the late 80's and early 90's.
    mattsaunderson November 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentspeaking of which, the band recently re-formed and are currently on tour. let's hope things go well for them, and that anew album is in the making.

    now, the transcript above needs a revision. some of the words are wrong and the lyrics are incomplete. so for anybody out there who just happends to stumble on this page. here you go:

    city girl
    last night
    brand new
    you're always
    you're wonderful
    I want with you
    I do
    I do
    I do

    city girl
    I want with you

    city girl
    you're beautiful
    I love you
    I do
    I do
    I do
    arnfdenoon November 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commentoops, I forgot to post the second half, hehe:

    I could love
    I know how to
    city girl
    you're beautiful
    I love you
    I do
    I do
    I do

    city girl
    I love you
    city girl
    you're beautiful
    I love you
    I do
    I do
    I do
    arnfdenoon November 20, 2007   Link

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