"In a Young Girl's Mind" as written by Hoyt Wayne Axton and Mark Dawson....
Hand me my guitar, there's a song I was singin'
When I was young had a hell of the time
A looking for love in the misty waters
Of the seas that roll in a young girl's mind.

Only in shadows and lonely at night
She turns to you softly you turn on the light
You use her and abuse her and you know it ain't right
To treat one who loves you so badly
When she's doing the best that she can
You know she's doing the best that she can.

Do you believe in dreams oh do you believe in dreamers
Hoping that you'll find what you're looking for
You don't have to worry there's a bright tomorrow
In the dreams that roll in a young girl's mind.

Only in shadows and lonely at night
She turns to you softly you turn on the light
You use her and abuse her and you know it ain't right
To treat one who loves you so badly
When she's doing the best that she can
You know she's doing the best that she can.

So hand me my guitar, there's a song I was singin'
When I was young had a hell of the time
A looking for love in the misty waters
Of the seas that roll in a young girl's mind.

Of the seas that roll in a young girl's mind


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"In a Young Girl's Mind" as written by Mark Dawson Hoyt Wayne Axton

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