"Midnight Girl" as written by Jamie Alexander Hartman, Casey Abrams and Andy John Stochansky....
Saw you on a subway in New York City
Called across the platform but no you didn’t hear me
You took my heart but never left my brain
You’re headed up to Harlem on a uptown train
Before that night, everything was black and white

And I wanna tell you right now
You’re the kinda girl Ray was singing about
I know it sounds crazy
Don’t know how in this world
But I found my Midnight Girl
(Found my midnight girl)

Your friends all wondering what I’m doing 'round here
I know their probably wishing that I'd just disappear
I know I hear them laughing when I’m out of the room
You can tell them I ain’t leaving anytime soon
'Cause you know this life, isn’t so black and white

And I wanna tell you right now
You’re the kinda girl Ray was singing about
I know it sounds crazy
Don’t know how in this world
But I found my Midnight Girl
(Found my midnight girl)

They all say we’re from two different worlds
I’ma say we’re a boy and a girl
Call me crazy but it’s all the same to me

And I wanna tell you right now (right now)
You’re the kinda girl Ray was singing about (singing about)
I know it sounds crazy
Don’t know how in this world
But I found my Midnight Girl

I wanna tell you right now (found my midnight girl)
You’re the kinda girl Ray was singing about (found my midnight girl)
I know it sounds crazy
Don’t know how in this world
But I found my Midnight Girl


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"Midnight Girl" as written by Jamie Alexander Hartman Casey Alexander Pierce Abrams

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