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Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

A Woman Stole My Girl With A Line


I’m lost for words to say
Thinking’s tongue tied
Riding the boundaries of despair
With no place to hide

A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
What changed her mind

She gave me no hint I’m unfair
Not even a clue
Just a brief note she signed
With a thank you

A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
What changed her mind

I don’t know what she’s hoping to find
And why she picked now to say goodbye

A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
What changed her mind

I’m lost for words to say
Thinking’s tongue tied
Riding the boundaries of despair
With no place to hide

A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
What changed her mind

I don’t know what she’s hoping to find
And why she picked now to say goodbye

She gave me no hint I’m unfair
Not even a clue
Just a brief note she signed
And thank you

A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
A woman stole my girl with a line
What changed her mind

Copyright Colin Coplin 1985 (updated 2010)

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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