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Sweet Natural Girl lyrics

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Emerson Drive – Sweet Natural Girl lyrics

(Jeffrey Steele/Kip Rains/Craig Wiseman)

Barefoot walkin' on a white sand beach
Fishin' on a log in a backwoods creek
A baby in a month and a baby on her hip
And when I kiss her on her lips, it's all

Flowers and sunshine, spring rain in the summer time
And I swear I get so high on that sweet natural girl of mine
Sweet natural girl of mine

No matter how much she dresses it down
Turn every head, turn every head
As she walks through town
Slip off swimmin' in a creek somewhere
'Cause all my baby ever wears are those

Flowers and sunshine, spring rain in the summer time
And I swear I get so high on that sweet natural girl of mine
Sweet natural

My oh my, look at that girl
Standin' right there all natural
Walkin' through the garden, lettin' down her hair
Throwin' down a blanket and layin' right there
Flowers and sunshine

Yeah, flowers and sunshine, spring rain in the summer time
And I swear I get so high on that girl of mine
Flowers and sunshine, spring rain in the summer time
Andi swear I get so high on that sweet natural girl of mine
Sweet natural girl of mine, sweet natural girl of mine



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