Christy

Album: Natalie Prass (2015)
  • Christy
    A name that isn't too short or too sweet
    Christy
    Why compare my love to yours if we both know he adores you, Christy?
    There's a shadow of a smile in your eye, Christy
    There's a neck of a kiss stolen from a man who swore I wouldn't [?]
    Oh, Christy

    Oh, why does it have to be
    That she can take the hand of anyone she meets?
    Still, the only one she sees belongs to me
    Oh, Christy

    Does he?

    Slide each of his fingers down your back when he
    When he puts a new record on, oh, no, he comes on strong
    Oh, Christy
    I can tell you anything that he likes, Christy
    It's so [?] what would still be if I had my loyal [?] gone
    Oh, Christy

    Oh, why does it have to be
    That she can take the hand of anyone she meets?
    Still, the only one she sees belongs to me
    Oh, Christy

    All his dreams aren't the only ones that you haunt
    I never dreamt that this day would ever come
    Oh, Christy
    Oh, ChristyWriter/s: EVAN DONOHUE, KYLE RYAN, NATALIE PRASS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
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