My Girl Bill

My Girl Bill

Jim Stafford

Bill walked me to my door last night,
And he said, Before I go
There's something about our love affair,
That I have a right to know
I said, Let's not stand out here like this,
What would the neighbors think?
Why don't we just step inside,
And I'll fix us both a drink.

My girl Bill
My, my, girl Bill
Can't say enough about the way I feel,
About my girl, my girl Bill.

William's hands were shaking,
As he took his glass of wine.
And I could see we both felt the same,
And when his eyes met mine,
I said, Who we love and why we love,
It's hard to understand.
Let's just sit here on the couch,
And face this, man to man.

My girl Bill
My, my, girl Bill
Can't say enough about the way I feel,
About my girl, my girl Bill.

Bill, you know we just left her place,
And we both know what she said.
She doesn't want to see your face,
And she wishes you were dead!
Now, I know we both love her,
And I guess we always will.
But you're gonna have to find another,
'Cause she's my girl, Bill!

My girl Bill
My, my, girl Bill
Can't say enough about the way I feel,
About my girl, talkin' 'bout my little girl,
My girl, Bill.

Written by STAFFORD, JIM
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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