Miss That Girl

Album: Old Boots, New Dirt (2014)
  • I found a silver bracelet in my backseat
    That you left, it seems like yesterday
    It's like I found a treasure when I held it
    How could I have ever let her get away

    I still got a faded picture on my rear view
    It's almost like she's looking right at me
    Somehow just like that, it all comes rushing back
    And she's right here the way it used to be

    Yeah, miss that girl
    Knowing they'll never be another one like her, not like her
    Kicking myself for ever letting her slip out of my world
    I just miss that girl

    Way back then it felt like I had things together
    Whenever she'd coming smiling through that door
    But I've had one or two tonight
    And it just makes me realize
    That I ain't so together anymore

    And why I miss that girl
    Knowing they'll never be another one like her, not like her
    Kicking myself for ever letting her slip out of my world
    I just miss that girl

    Yeah I miss that girl

    Yeah, miss that girl
    Knowing they'll never be another one like her, not like her
    Kicking myself for ever letting her slip out of my world
    I just miss that girl

    I still miss that girl Writer/s: ROSS COPPERMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC
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