"Girls Will Be Girls" as written by John Kelley Lovelace, Ashley Gorley and Bryan Simpson....
I can still remember me and my sister
Raiding mommas makeup, lipstick all over our face
Yeah what a mess we made

And Back when I was 15 I'd leave the house in blue jeans
Take a short skirt and change when I got to school
No momma she never knew No

Spring break college days
All I'm gonna say about that
Is Girls will be Girls
From the start of this old world
We've been shaking things up
Oh the trouble we can get into
Breaking hearts' taking names
Driving all the little boys in sane
And that ain't ever gonna change
Oh girls will be girls will be girls will be girls

The boys can have their Harleys all those bachelor party's
They get a little wild and' they think their the crazy one's
Ain't got a thing on us no
After a few margaritas oh you ought to see us
Talking trash dancing on the bar
Every eye in the room' watching our every move
And when we get loud they don't kick us out' they just shake their heads

And say Girls will be Girls
From the start of this old world
We've been shaking things up
Oh the trouble we can get into
Breaking hearts' taking names
Driving all the little boys in sane
And that ain't ever gonna change
Oh girls will be girls' will be girls will be girls

We'll let you see our sweeter side
If you hold us close and treat us right
And if your lucky we'll even let you put a ring on our hand
As long as you understand
That girls will be girls will be girls oh girls will be girls will be
Breaking hearts taking names driving all the little boys in sane
And that ain't never gonna change
Oh girls will be girls will be girls will be girls


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"Girls Will Be Girls" as written by John Lovelace Ashley Gorley

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