Andy Camp

Andy Camp

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Pop - General | Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
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Story Behind the Song

It's a song about success as a country singer.

Lyrics

Just the Girl
Words and Music Andrew R. Camp Robert S. Johnston

I was a barmaid, hard working, heartaches.
I tied the knot for a year.
Now I'm a singer and I keep on getting bigger,
I even got the latest in gear.

The right place the right time, just wrote a hit rhyme.
I'm gonna be a big star.
You can believe it and don't you forget:

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar

Rocking all the hard knocks, making sure the band rocks,
I leave' em standing in line.
Hauling with the big rigs, playing all the big gigs,
Hanging on tight to what's mine.

I'm using all the old tricks, learning all the new licks,
Playing the blues on guitar.
Riding on a new wave, playing old faves:

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar

Hey, hey, that's what I say, Hey hey, I'm going all the way.
Hey, hey, I m gonna take it real far:

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar


INSTRUMENTAL

Just the Girl - Page 2

Blue Suede shoes, with some Rhythm and Blues
kicking out the Country real tight.
I'm charting on Billboard, playing down the Seaboard
I'm Number One by tonight.

I'm not going home till the crowds are all gone
It's in my new repertoire.
You can believe it and don't you forget:

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar,
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar;

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar,
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar;

I'm no longer just the girl at the end of the bar,
She's no longer just the girl at the end of the bar.

Song Length
3:10
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Musician, Joy


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Andrew R. Camp Robert S. Johnston
Music Credits Andrew R. Camp Robert S. Johnston
Producer Credits Andrew R. Camp Robert S. Johnston
Publisher Credits Andrew R. Camp Robert S. Johnston
Performance Credits The Couchmen Feat. The lakettes