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YOUR HIGH SCHOOL GIRL
Lyrics
They say girls can never forget 'First Kiss'
The memory won't ever wash off our lips
The flirting with 'footsie', the Prom's final dance
Lessons I learned in High School romance
You were my teacher.
But then we were parted, your folks moved away
You promised you'd write me, but no letters came
I guess you'd forgotten, like most fella's do
But I kept thinking of you.
The 'selfies' we took are stored on my phone
I often go there when I'm alone
My little secret, my private world
Where I am still your High School girl.
I heard on the grapevine, you're back in this town
But no longer single, you're settling down
That news really hit me, I hope it's not true
'Cause I'm still thinking of you.
The 'selfies' we took are stored on my phone
I often go there when I'm alone
My little secret, my private world
Where I am still your High School girl.
We meet in the street, I don't know what to do
Ignore you? Or greet you? My tears may break through
I'm fighting them back, but it's hard to stay cool
When I'm still your High School girl.
Long Song Description:
Our heroine always remembers her 'first kiss' and her High School romance. They parted and lost touch, but she she never stopped thinking about her first love, and, in her private world, she often relives the 'selfies' she kept on her cellphone.
Now she's heard on the Grapevine that he's back in town, but he's not alone, and that's really bothering her.
They meet by chance in the street - should she ignore him, or greet him? She's fighting back the tears, because, in her mind, she's still his High School girl!
Story Behind the Song:
A brand-new 'oldie', in a dreamy style reminiscent of the 1950's - a touch of vintage nostalgia from Hilton Music UK!.
Lyric Credits: Georgina Hilton
Music Credits: Georgina Hilton
Producer Credits: Audio mixed and mastered by Sony Gonzalez (Guatemala)
Performance Credits: Alani Keiser (South Africa)
Song Length: 3:10
Primary Genre: Pop-Easy Listening
Secondary Genre: Pop-Dreampop
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Language: English
Era: 1950 - 1959