If I Could Have Her Tonight

Album: Neil Young (1969)
  • All of a sudden she was on my mind
    I wasn't ready for her kind
    And she was taking her time

    What if she came to me?
    Would she be kind?
    And if she stayed with me
    Do you think that she'd like
    To do anything I would?
    Or would she leave me?

    Lately, I've found myself losing my mind
    Knowing how badly I need her
    It's something hard to find

    What if she came to me?
    Would she be kind?
    And if she stayed with me
    Do you think that she'd like
    To do anything I would?
    Or would she leave me?

    If I could have her tonight
    Does she want to go?
    Look at those eyes
    Does she want it?
    If I could have her tonight
    If I could have her tonight
    If I could have her tonight Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: Broken Arrow Music
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