"Girl In The Life Magazine" as written by and Kenneth Edmonds....
I fell in love with the girl in the picture
That I used to keep
Carried her 'round in the back of my pocket
She was always with me

I imagine that I was a man of importance
And she had a fancy for me
And I use to dream she would call
Crying her eyes out

She had an obsession with me
I was the love of her life
And she was all mine
The girl in the Life magazine

The first time I we met in an aisle
At the market
She was staring at me
I knew even then we would share

Something special
And it was like chemistry
I fell in love from the moment I saw her
So I took her straight home with me

And that's where I'd dream
She would step right out of the picture
And spend a whole evening with me
And oh how she hated to go

Back to her picture
The girl in the Life magazine
All of my friends used to laugh
Said I was certifiably mad

'Til the day she came
And she blew them away
And asked me if I'd be her man
It seems that she went and fell

In love with my letters
Says she's been looking for me
So the story ends well
We end up together
The girl in the Life magazine


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"Girl in the Life Magazine" as written by Kenneth Edmonds

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    General CommentObviously this song is about falling in love with someone seemingly unattainable. This story has a happy ending...too bad it doesn't always work out that way in real life.
    TayTayon May 03, 2004   Link
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    General CommentSweet song. I like that its imaginative and I like the ending. I also like the fact that the situation is reversed. Usually its portrayed as the girl who imagines a "fairy tale relationship" about a guy they've seen on tv or in a magazine. In this song, its the guy who fantasizes about the girl and I like that its not in a sexual way but an innocent and loving way.
    wish03on November 13, 2009   Link

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