"You're a Big Girl Now" as written by and Bob Dylan....
Our conversation was short and sweet
It nearly swept me off-a my feet
And I'm back here in the rain
Oh and you are on dry land

You made it there somehow
You're a big girl now
Bird on the horizon, sittin' on a fence
He's singin' a song for me at his own expense

And I'm just like that bird
Oh singin' just for you
I hope that you can hear
Hear me singin' through these tears

Time is a jet plane, it moves too fast
Oh, but what is the use of changing if all we've shared can't last
I can change, I swear
Oh see what you can do

I can make it through
You can make it too
Love is so simple, to quote a phrase
You've known it all the time, I'm learnin' it these days

Oh, I know I can find you
Oh in somebody's room
It's a price I have to pay
You're a big girl all the way

A change in the weather is known to be extreme
What's the use of changing horses in midstream
I'm going out of my mind
Oh with a pain that stops and starts

Like a corkscrew to my heart
Ever since we've been apart


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"You're a Big Girl Now" as written by Bob Dylan

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