Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo
Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo
When you were mine, I loved you so much
I got a thrill from your every touch
You went away with somebody else
Now all I can say to comfort myself

Is that my girl has gone and said goodbye
Don't you cry, hold your head up high
Don't give up, give love one more try
'Cause there's a right girl for every guy, baby

Although your love wasn't right for me
Good for another it will, maybe
Some girls were just made for some guys
Now I've got to make myself realize

That my girl has gone (yes she has) and said goodbye
But I told myself, don't you cry, hold your head up high
Keep on trying, don't give up, give love one more try
Believe me now, there's a right girl for every guy, oh yeah
I've got the feeling, yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, baby
My happiness and all that best
That's all I wish for you, oh baby
Now look at me, in misery
I'm feeling sad and I'm blue
I said I'm sad and I'm blue
Oh yeah sad and I'm blue
I said I'm sad and I'm blue
Because my girl is gone, gone, gone gone and said goodbye

But I told myself, don't you cry, hold your head up high
Keep on trying, don't give up, give love one more try
Believe me now, yeah, there's a right girl for every guy, oh yeah

My girl has gone (yes she did) and said goodbye
Don't you cry, hold your head up high
Don't give up


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