"Diamond Girls" as written by and Diamond....
Home town girl in a city of lights
Sleeps all day, yeah,
And she plays all night
Takin' her turn on the merry-go-round
Hearing her laugh but it's a lonely sound

Bring her on up, take her on down
Hearing you laugh babe,
But it's a lonely sound
Leaving it home, on a midnight plane
Hearing you call babe,
In the sound of the rain

Diamond girl
Is there anybody there
At the end of the night
Is it worth what you pay with your soul
When you look in the mirror
Do you see it right
Diamond girls aren't made to grow old

Small town child in the city of dreams
What it was baby, ain't what it seemed
Staking her life on a traveling band
Spending that soul, yeah
On the one night stands

Bring her on up, take her on down
Hearing you laugh
But it's a lonely sound
Leaving your home on a midnight plane
But I'm hearing you call babe,
In the sound of the rain

Diamond girl
Is there anybody there
At the end of the night
Is it worth what you pay with your soul
When you look in the mirror
Do you see it right
Diamond girls aren't made to grow old

High times
Make it your way, baby,
Any way you can
But I hear you calling
And I know you need me

Diamond girl
Is there anybody there
At the end of the night
Is it worth what you pay with your soul
When you look in the mirror
Do you see it right
Diamond girls aren't made to grow old

Diamond girl
Is there anybody there
At the end of the night
Is it worth what you pay with your soul
When you look in the mirror
Do you see it right
Diamond girls aren't made to grow old


Lyrics submitted by Broken_Palace

"Diamond Girls" as written by Diamond

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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