:::WHEN MY GIRL:::

When my girl was twenty-two
There was nothing she would do
When my girl was twenty-three
She said she’d be leaving me
Said she couldn’t love me true
And I think that’s all right
But I don’t know

When my girl was twenty-four

She was walking out the door

When my girl was twenty-five
She was someone else’s wife
Said she couldn’t love me true
And I say that’s all right
But I don’t know

When my girl was twenty-seven
Her old man had gone to heaven
When my girl was twenty-eight
She said time was getting late
Said that she would love me true
And I say that’s all right
But I don’t know

When my girl was twenty-nine
Things had worked out really fine
And now that I am forty-four
Said she couldn’t love me more
Said she’d really love me true
And I say that’s all right
But I don’t know