Girls

Album: Platinum (2014)
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  • Imagine a fighter with a centerfold face
    Comes from a long line of blue collars and lace
    With a grip like reins to a steed
    And kisses for days
    And imagine a winner holding pink champagne
    Who still loves her daddy but changes her name
    An overachiever, even she don't believe her own fame

    You can't change her mind
    (Even if you wanted to)
    You can always try
    (She'll see through to you, she'll see through you)
    If you think you're the only one she'll want in this world
    Then you don't know nothin' 'bout girls

    Imagine your best friend and your worst enemy
    Begs you to stay and then wishes you'd leave
    Like Marilyn Monroe she can be who you want her to be

    You can't change her mind
    (Even if you wanted to)
    You can always try
    (She'll through to you, she'll see through you)
    If you think you're the only one she'll want in this world
    Then you don't know nothin' 'bout girls

    Go on, go on
    Give her everything and more
    Love her all you want
    She was never yours

    You can't change her mind
    You can always try
    If you think you're the only one
    She'll want in this world
    Then you don't know nothin' about girls
    If you think you're the only one
    She'll want in this world
    Then you don't know nothing
    No nothing
    'Bout girls Writer/s: JIMMY ROBBINS, MIRANDA LAMBERT, NATALIE NICOLE HEMBY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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