She's The One

Album: Supernova (2014)
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  • I never felt like I had anybody
    That I could really talk to
    I never felt like I met anybody
    That I would even want to
    To try and get to know any better
    But that was before I met her

    She's the one!
    Oh she is the one!

    I wish somebody could tell me what's goin
    On inside of my head
    I got to find a doctor to figure out
    What's goin on in my head
    He said 'son can you tell me where it hurts'
    This is all that I said

    She's the one!
    Oh she is the one!
    I just got to get to know that girl!
    I just got to get to know that girl!

    It's almost more than I can take I think I'm
    About to lose my cool-ah
    I can barely hold a conversation,
    My friends are beginning to wonder
    I can't even walk down the street without my
    Feet falling out from under

    She's the one!
    Oh she is the one!
    She's the one!
    Oh she is the one!
    I just got to get to know that girl!
    I just got to get to know that girl! Writer/s: RAYCHARLES JACK LAMONTAGNE
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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