Girls

Album: Solo In Soho (1980)
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  • Oh won't you send a letter home
    To say I'm living on my own
    Girls
    I need someone to love

    I need someone
    Girls
    It's true I've been telling you all these lies
    And I can't understand it

    Why I've been telling thee all these lies
    If you know it's a fact
    Then you know I want you back
    Girls

    I need someone it's true, I need you
    Girls
    It's true for me there's you
    Girls

    Got class, I need her fast
    Girls
    She's been telling me all these lies
    And I can't understand it

    She's been telling me all these lies
    That girl don't love me no more
    Oh girl
    I had to write this letter

    To tell you how I came to meet him
    He was sweet and I loved him
    Now each time we meet I can't seem to forget him
    I feel so depressed

    Lost love of Romeo
    Casanova has finally lost out on love
    I'm jealous of his past
    Oh won't you send a letter home

    Say I'm living on my own
    Girls
    I need someone to love
    I need someone to love

    Girls
    With class, that's fast
    Don't move slow
    Girls

    Oh no not alone oh no
    Girls
    For me
    I've been telling you all these lies

    And I can't understand it
    I've been telling you all these lies
    I must have been crazy
    Girl

    Oh girl
    My dream any sadness, sorrow or gloom
    Your laugh that fills the air
    With the scent of the sweetest perfume

    You feel so good
    You just don't care
    I lay awake night crying
    Because my dream may not come true

    You see I love you
    Please this is my one and only dream
    Girls
    Girls

    Who's fast, she's got class, she loves last
    Girls
    She's not slow
    She won't go

    She won't leave you, alone
    Girls
    Don't leave me alone Writer/s: BRIAN DAVID ROBERTSON, JAMES STEWART BAIN, PHILIP PARRIS LYNOTT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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