"Marsha" as written by Bryan Garza, Robert Garza, Peter Krimmel and James Krimmel....
Christ I wish to find something forever
A life that I oh oh oh
Once or twice when I was younger
Tables turned, who could've forgotten?

Christ, I wish to find something stable
A life that oh oh oh ohhh yeah
Well if it’s because I’ve stumbled
For a tree in need of a freeway

T.G.E.A
Tina, Gina, Emily, and Allison
A little small talk is better than none
Such a pretty face with nothing to say
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could

Christ, I wish to find something like Jess did
My life that I oh oh oh oh oh
Why don’t you keep asking for
But the third, she was a keeper

Christ, I wish to find someone for sunsets
My life that I oh oh oh yeah
Every holiday I wish for that
And pray that Marsha would save me

T.G.E.A
Tina, Gina, Emily, and Allison
A little small talk is better than none
Such a pretty face with nothing to say
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could

I wish to find something special
My life ohhh
Once or twice when I was younger
Tables turned, who could’ve forgotten?

Tina, Gina, Emily, and Allison
A little small talk is better than none
Such a pretty face with nothing to say
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could
Like a good neighbor, I wish that I could



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    General CommentIt's D G E A (Dinah, Gina, Emily and Alison), because those are the chords.
    charlotteelon March 07, 2008   Link

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