Roger Kaye

Roger Kaye

BandCountryAdult Contemporary

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Lyrics

If you were my girlfriend

Written By: Roger Kaye

I see autumn colors of red, gold and orange.
A tractor in the valley haulin hay to a barn
Leaves blowing then falling like rain
Against a big blue sky, with fields of grain

I smell woodsmoke, and cut hay, the coming snow
I hear the deer walkin through the woods real slow
But this ain't no perfect world I see
Without you in it, it holds nothing for me.

CHORUS
If you were my girlfriend, I'd always get the door
If you ever had the blues I'd be your cure.
If you were my girlfriend, You just got to know it's true
I would love and cherish every moment I had with you.

I think of when we met at the county fair
How you lit up the night like a solar flare.
Maybe you can recall just a minute or two
But I remember every second I spent round you

If I closed my eyes and looked right at the sun
I'd know what direction the light came from
You can call me a heat seeker, A romantic fool
Ever since we met I've been diggin on you.

CHORUS
If you were my girlfriend, I'd always get the door
If you ever had the blues I'd be your cure.
If you were my girlfriend, You just got to know it's true
I would love and cherish every moment I had with you.

BRIGE:
That guy you were with he said things I won't mention
And every woman passin by cought his attention.
That guy you were with he ain't much of a friend
Why don't you hang him out to dry, n'let him twist in the wind

If you were my girlfriend we could relax at my farm
Or hike through these hills of red, gold, and orange
If you were my girlfriend you just got to know it's true
I would love and cherish every moment I had with you.