"Disney Girls" as written by and Bruce Johnston....
Clearing skies and drying eyes
Now I see your smile
Darkness goes and softness shows
A changing style

Just in time words that rhyme
Well bless your soul
Now I'll fill your hands
With kisses and a Tootsie Roll

Oh reality, it's not for me
And it makes me laugh
Oh, fantasy world and Disney girls
I'm coming back

Patti Page and summer days
On old Cape Cod
Happy times making wine
In my garage
Country shade and lemonade

Guess I'm slowing down
It's a turned back world
With a local girl
In a smaller town

Open cars and clearer stars
That's what I've lacked
But fantasy world and Disney girls
I'm coming back

Love, hi Rick and Dave
Hi Pop, well good morning mom
Love, get up guess what
I'm in love with a girl I found
She's really swell
Cause she likes
Church, bingo chances and old time dances

All my life I spent the night
With dreams of you
And the warmth I missed
And for the things I wished
They're all coming true

I've got my love to give
And a place to live
Guess I'm gonna stay
It'd be a peaceful life
With a forever wife
And a kid someday

It's earlier nights
And pillow fights
And your soft laugh
Fantasy world and Disney girls
I'm coming back

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"Disney Girls" as written by Bruce Johnston

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    General CommentThis is a wonderful, evocative song; a bunch of snapshots of a simpler time. To me, listening to this song is like leafing through an old photo album. I didn't know 'til recently that his was a Beach Boys cover.
    rockin_royceon September 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe song describes a man yearning ("But fantasy world and Disney girls, I'm coming back") for simpler times in small-town America ("1957" is mentioned in the title), with old-fashioned life and values. Bruce Johnson wrote this song in 1971, when America was experiencing rapid changes like sexual revolution, rise of feminist movement, hippie counter-culture, and maybe he yearned for life and values from way back in the 1950s.
    skipjack820on March 24, 2010   Link

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