"I'm Just a Girl" as written by Deana Kay Carter and William Hort Mann....
I've traveled 'round the world in airplanes and in cars
I've tried exotic foods and smoked some fine cigars

I'm just a girl, an American girl
I'm just a girl, but I'm not an ordinary girl
I'm a Chevy girl

I've strolled down Paris streets, been lost in London fog
But all I really need are the fields of Arkansas

I'm just a girl, an American girl
I'm just a girl, but I'm not an ordinary girl
I need an old Corvette with the top down
And a backseat for my friends
I need baseball and apple pie to feel alive
Gimme a Coke-a-cola sundae and a Beach Boy's serenade
I need freedom to be all around the world

I'm a Southern girl
I want an old porch swing under Montana skies
To hold a working man, looking good in his old Levi's

I'm just a girl, an American girl
I'm just a girl, but I'm not an ordinary girl
I need an old Corvette with the top down
And a backseat for my friends
I need baseball and apple pie to feel alive
Gimme a Coke-a-cola sundae and a Beach Boy's serenade
I need freedom to be all around the world

I'm daddy's girl
I've traveled 'round this world and I'm ready to go home


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"I'm Just a Girl" as written by William Hort Mann Deana Kay Carter

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