My Kind Of Girl

She's not the kind that sleeps around
She's the kind that settles down
She's got that gentleness of touch, so full of life
And full of dreams
The kind of girl I need so much
She's got those tender looking eyes
The kind that never cheats or lies
But why she works in this old bar full of drunks
And has been-stars
I wish that I could change it all

For she's my kind of girl
But she belongs to a much better world

She pours the drinks with steady hands
I bet she's the kind that understands
A guy like me who drinks alone
Without a friend, away from home
Still drying out from the pouring rain
I wish I knew just what to say
To make her come with me one day
But until then I'll keep my place, every night
To see her face
And maybe dream a little more

For she's my kind of girl
But she belongs to a much better world

For she's my kind of girl
But she belongs to a much better world

Words and music by Georg Kajanus 1975 Sashay Music
Lyrics reprinted with the kind permission of Georg Kajanus


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