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Little Girl Gone lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use,
it's really a good song written and recorded by Donna Fargo.
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Little Girl Gone Written and recorded by Donna Fargo
G C Here I am like a stranger in the house I grew up in G D7 And learned right from wrong if I did G C Where the sun never shined enough on daddies growing older D7 G And mothers never died in but she did
C And I remember feeling guilty cause I couldn't wait to leave here G D7 Though I loved 'em every way that I knew how G C So I packed up all my yesterdays and headed for tomorrow D7 G And it's almost tomorrow now
C D7 G And daddy's little girl is ho-me where's the little girl gone C G She bundled up her dirty jeans and teenie bopper magazines D7 G In search of what her life was all about C With a little rag doll named Charlie Brown G And an old suitcase full of hand me downs D7 G And a loneliness she knew so much about
C Now the dreams that I trusted and all the playthings have rusted G D7 But here I am a woman somehow G C And all those growing pains of yesterdays are gonna get me through tomorrow D7 G Cause it's almost tomorrow now
C G Oh but I can still remember when I used to gaze out this window D7 G Wondering who I was and what I would become C G And it just took a little while for me to get my head together D7 G Growing up's the hardest thing I've ever done
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