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1968 - Pop
Lyrics by: Frank Stanton
# Debut Chart
27 Sep '68 Adult Contemp
96 Sep '68 Hot 100

Lyrics

When you fell and skinned your knees By jumping fences, climbing trees I used to laugh and call you tomboy You'd run across the meadow While the sun would chase your shadow In those carefree days Freckle faced and April tan You always seemed to understand What daffodils were saying, tomboy I watched you, thinking I'll be smart And in a while, she'll start to Change her ways But then I went away And I got hurt pretty bad They sent me home And it's too bad they bad Cause just outside my window I can see the lovely lady Who two short years ago Was just a kid


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A car drives up You greet your date And then I sit up awful late Until you're safely home My tomboy You kissed that boy I turned my head And wheel myself back to my bed While teardrops flow Sometimes you come to visit me But I don't want your sympathy It's only you I want, my tomboy But I won't spoil your happiness So I'll make sure you never guess I love you so Sometimes you come to visit me But I don't want your sympathy It's only you I want, my tomboy But I won't spoil your happiness So I'll make sure you never guess I love you so When you fell and skinned your knees By jumping fences, climbing trees I used to laugh and call you tomboy You'd run across the meadow While the sun would chase your shadow In those carefree days

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