Ah, ah, you've been good to me
You made me glad when I was blue
And eternally I'll always be in love with you
And all I gotta do is thank you girl
Thank you girl

I could tell the world
A thing or two about our love
I know little girl only a fool would doubt our love
And all I gotta do is thank you girl
Thank you girl

Thank you girl for loving me
The way that you do (way that you do)
That's the kind of love that is too good to be true
And all I gotta do is thank you girl
Thank you girl

Ah, ah, you've been good to me
You made me glad when I was blue
And eternally I'll always be in love with you
And all I gotta do is thank you girl
Thank you girl
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah


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Thank You Girl Lyrics as written by Paul Mccartney John Lennon

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    Catchy little number me thinks. I like it. Johns raspy voice is pretty cool in it.

    MiracleDrugon April 01, 2005   Link
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    Ive had this song stuck in my head for a couple of days, the lyrics are pretty juvenile but whatever its catchy and sweeet.

    Jedi_Chrison March 17, 2007   Link
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    One of the most rocking early Beatles songs. I love the interplay of John and Paul on the vocal.

    henrythehosson April 14, 2007   Link

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