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What a Funny Girl (You Used to Be)
Composer
Jake Holmes
Lyricist
Bob Gaudio
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Album
Watertown (1970)
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Release
1970
Recording
July 1969
Release
1970
Recording
July 1969
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"What a Funny Girl (You Used to Be)" is a song featured in the 1970 album Watertown.

Lyrics Edit

You always looked a little out of place, all grown up with freckles on your face
We'd spend each night with company, just you, the teddy bear, the dolls and me
What a funny girl you used to be, you always had a thousand things to do
Getting all involved with something new, always some new recipe the kitchen
Always looked like World War Three, what a funny girl you used to be
It was so good with you around, you always found a smile
Where smiles could not be found, I never ever met a person more sincere
You'd always listen with an open ear, you'd fall for lines so easily
Whatever they were selling you'd buy three
What a funny girl you used to be, what a funny girl you used to be...

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