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Collin Raye – I Think About You lyrics

(Don Schlitz/Steve Seskin)

Everytime I see a woman on a billboard sign
I think about you
Saying "drink this beer and you'll be mine"
I think about you
When an actress on a movie screen
Plays Lolita in some old man's dreams
It doesn't matter who she is
I think about you

When I see a pretty woman walking down the street
I think about you
Men look her up and down like she's some kind of treat
I think about you
She wouldn't dare talk to a stranger
Always has to be aware of the danger
It doesn't matter who she is
I think about

Chorus:
You eight years old
Big blue eyes and a heart of gold
When I look at this world, I think about
You and I can't help but see
That every woman used to be
Somebody's little girl, I think about you

Everytime I hear people say it's never gonna change
I think about you
Like it's some kind for joke, some kind of game
I think about you
When I see a woman on the news
Who didn't ask to be abandoned or abused
It doesn't matter who she is
I think about

Chorus

When I look at this world I think about you



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