Tyler Hilton
Just A Girl

When she moved to Nashville
To do some thinking
She kept a journal
Of what went wrong

She had her lists of
Every problem
Every person and the way
To settle strong

But things will go the hard way
Where she don't belong

And I don't mind it
And I don't need her
But she's so pretty
It's hard to leave her
Well, don't you buy it
If you see her
She's just a girl
Not a country singer

She was a neighbor
A neighbor dreamer
She taught me acrobats
Would never live this long

Oh, and I believed her
'Cause she was honest
So maybe she's just swinging
'Til she catches on

And I might try to miss her
If she played along

And I don't mind it
And I don't need her
But she's so pretty
It's hard to leave her
Well, don't you buy it
If you see her
She's just a girl
Not a country singer

And I've been minding my way
On this solitary train
And it's a grand complication
Of movement towards a main
Destination
What should I say?

Well, she's so scared of thunder
So I'm on my way

And I won't mind it
If when I see her
She looks happy
Then I'll believe her

But don't you buy it
If you see her
She's just a girl
She's just my baby
She's just a girl
Not a country singer

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