"The Girls of America" as written by and Doug Tibbles Barbara Keith....
I met a girl - She was going on ten
Said, "Get out your paper and pen
There's something stirring in my soul
Write this down - I'm ready to roll"

Yes, we are a hundred million strong
You can keep your sweet love songs
Step aside - We're coming through
Oh yeah, we've got news for you

The girls of America like to rock
The girls of America like to rock
The girls of America like to rock

I met a girl - She was sweet sixteen
Said, "I like to dance in my old blue jeans"
I met another girl - She was twenty-nine
She said, "Hey hey hey let me lay it on the line"

I met a girl - She was forty-four
She said, "Turn it up or I'm out the door"
Met another girl - She was seventy-one
Said, "Don't tell me I've had my fun"


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