"Soul Sister" as written by Porter Cary Hudson and Laurie Martin Stirratt....
She used to be my soul sister. Best friend I ever had, till my mind got twisted all around. Now shes gone and I miss her. Some nights so bad. I'm hoping that she'll come back around.

First time that I saw her was the summer I turned 14. She was sitting on the hood of a car, at the drive in show. I saw a tear roll down her face, as she gazed up at the screen. And her black hair in the wind began to blow.

Chorus: Shine on soul sister. She's my only bright light in this town. She's my soul sister, and I'm hoping that she'll come back around.

The last time that I saw here was through the bottom of a glass. I was struggling to hold my head up off the floor. I called her name out once or twice, but she moved just a little too fast, and she walked out of my life and slammed the door.


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"Soul Sister" as written by Porter Cary Hudson Laurie Martin Stirratt

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