"The Girl on the Billboard" as written by Walter Haynes and Hank Mills....
Doo da doo doo doo doo da doo doo doo



Who is the girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway

Rolling down the highway in my Jimmy hauling freight

From Chicago to St Louis Lord I see her every day

A double clutching weasel like me can hardly ever get a girl to look at him that way

Like the girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway



Well what a girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway

I bet it wouldn't take her very long to be gone

If someone would pull a dirty trick and take her hot pants away

I slow my Jimmy down to twenty that's how many wrecks I see there every day

Caused by the girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway



A doo da doo doo doo doo da doo doo doo



Doggone that girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway

Sleepy headed painter said the girl wasn't real better get the (kwee) on my way

On Route 66 from the billboard to Chicago

You'll find tiny pieces of my heart scattered every which a way

Shattered by the girl wearing nothing but a smile

And a towel in the picture on the billboard in the field near the big old highway



A doo da doo doo doo doo da doo doo doo dee da dee dee doo




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"The Girl On The Billboard" as written by Walter Haynes Hank Mills

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