Go Away Little Girl

Album: Greatest Hits: Donny Osmond (1971)
Charted: 1
  • Won't you go away (little girl)
    Wish you wouldn't stay (little girl)
    Won't you go away (little girl)
    Wooo ooo go away.

    Go away little girl
    Go away little girl
    I'm not supposed to be alone with you
    Oh yes I know that your lips are sweet
    But our lips must never meet
    I belong to somebody else and I must be true.

    Please go away little girl
    Go away little girl
    It's hurting me more each minute that you delay
    When you are near me like this
    You're much too hard to resist
    So go away little girl before I beg you to stay.

    Won't you go away (little girl)
    Wish you wouldn't stay (little girl)
    Won't you go away (little girl)
    Wooo ooo go away.

    Go away little girl
    Go away little girl
    It's hurting me more each minute that you delay
    When you are near me like this
    You're much too hard to resist
    So go away little girl
    Call it a day little girl
    Please go away little girl before I beg you to stay.

    Won't you go away (little girl)
    Wish you wouldn't stay (little girl)
    Won't you go away (little girl)
    Please go away. Writer/s: CAROLE KING, GERRY GOFFIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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