"Kinda Girl You Are" as written by Nicholas Hodgson, Charles Richard Wilson, Nicholas Baines, James Rix and Andrew White....
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are

I first heard you on the radio
And felt my heart explode
No other choice, I heard a voice and fell in love with you
From St. Bartholomew's to Gloucester Avenue
No one can do what you do, oh

I thought you were American, oh oh oh
I thought you were American, oh oh oh

I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are

Then I saw you in a centrefold
You were looking cold
In just an artfully positioned piece of mistletoe
Mentally dressing you, I want to rescue you
And make you mine, all mine, oh

I thought you were a miracle, oh oh oh
I thought you were a miracle, oh oh oh

Hey!

I thought you were incredible, oh oh oh
I thought you were incredible, oh oh oh

I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are
I only wanna see the
I only wanna see the kinda girl you are


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"Kinda Girl You Are" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew White

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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