Kiss That Grrrl

Album: My Best Friend is You (2010)
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  • That girl is giving you the eye
    And I and I and I don't like it how she makes you laugh so much
    How when you're talking, that you touch
    She's instantly more pretty and more interesting than me
    She is thinking before she speaks
    She is not all red and angry
    I bet she doesn't like to eat
    I bet her feet don't even stink!
    I know your eyes are just for me but

    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand
    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand

    Tonight we have not got on well
    I know I have given you hell
    I wish we should have stayed at home
    'Cause now I'm standing on my own
    And you are having a nice time
    With a girl I really don't like
    I know your eyes are just for my but

    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand
    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand

    Baby, please don't break my heart
    'Cause you are the only one I love
    I'll be by your side till the very end
    'Cause you're my only friend

    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand

    Kiss that girl and I will shrink up
    And I will die and I will think up
    A thousand ways that I can hurt you and
    You will never touch my hand Writer/s: KATE MARIE NASH
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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