She's the prettiest girl & town & she sure knows it
The way she walks & the way she talks sure shows it
I hate that stuck-up so-&-so
But there's one thing I gotta know
Where 's she live, what's her number & how can I meet her?

She comes on like she's so high-class & well-bred
But I never saw a girl with such a swell head
She's got herself a night, I'll wait
She thinks I'll ask her for a date
But where 's she live, what's her number & how can I meet her?

She's in love with herself; you know the kind
Always puttin' on airs!

The guys in town all think she's Mona Lisa
And she's got 'em all goin' out of their way to please her
Well Miss C's a mystery
But she don't do a thing to me
But where 's she live, what's her number & how can I meet her?
How can I meet her? How can I meet her?


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How Can I Meet Her? Lyrics as written by Jack Keller Gerry Goffin

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