"Singular Girl" as written by and Philip Wayne Peeples Kendall Dewayne Bethea....
Well you can tell it to the radio, tell it to the television
They are not listening, they are only machines

I could sit around all day worrying and wishing
I was one of them so you could tell it to me

Talking to you girl is like long division
Yeah, I've been trying to find you
May I remind you I'm under oath now?
I've been trying to see you
'Cause I can see you want the truth now
I've been trying to tell you that I can tell
You are a singular girl

Blame it on the moonlight, blame it on plate tectonics
You thought I wasn't listening but I was

Talk about attraction, talk about electronics
You are the reason, you are because


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"Singular Girl" as written by Murray Hammond Kendall Dewayne Bethea

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    General Commenti came here to get some insight on this song and find nothing, so ill take a stab at it

    i *think* what happened is the narrator lied to a girl (May I remind you I'm under oath now?) who refuses to see/talk to him because of it (I could sit around all day worrying and wishing, I was one of them so you could tell it to me). afterward he realised that he was wrong and that she is special (I can tell You are a singular girl). so hes desperate to talk to her to let her know hes sorry ('Cause I can see you want the truth now, I've been trying to tell you)
    draglineon December 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this is about being in a relationship with someone who won't open up to you, but seems to do so with everyone else. she'll even tell the television, but not you. so you try to convince her she can trust you by telling her how much she means to you.
    abuliaon December 27, 2007   Link

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