She was fifteen, quiet and lean
Digging the music, making the scene
People would stare at her long golden hair
My baby's in black was the colour she'd wear
When I first saw her, my heart did flips
Feel our first kiss still burning my lips
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside Girl?

She was so fine that after a time I found myself hoping she would be mine
She spotted my plan, did not understand
She thought I was crazy holding her hand
When I first saw her my heart did flips
Feel our first kiss still burning my lips
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside girl
I called upon her mother, she told me "There's another, why don't you just quit and go home?"
I thought for just a minute, I knew that I was in it
I said "I'll never go home alone"

When I first saw her, my heart did flips
Feel our first kiss still burning my lips
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside Girl?

I called upon her mother she told me "There's another, why don't you just quit and go home?"
I thought for just a minute, I knew that I was in it
I said "I'll never go home alone"
She was fifteen, quiet and lean
Digging the music, making the scene
People would stare at her long golden hair
My baby's in black was the colour she'd wear
When I first saw her, my heart did flips
Feel our first kiss still burning my lips
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside Girl
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside girl
Holding her near, year after year, my Southside girl
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Southside Girl Lyrics

Don Dixon – Southside Girl Lyrics

Songwriters: DON DIXON
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