The Most Beautiful Girl
Charlie Rich Lyrics


Hey, did you happen to see the most beautiful girl in the world?
And if you did, was she crying, crying?
Hey, if you happen to see the most beautiful girl that walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her

I woke up this morning, realized what I had done
I stood alone in the cold gray dawn
I knew I'd lost my morning sun
I lost my head and I said some things
Now comes the heartaches that the morning brings
I know I'm wrong and I couldn't see
I let my world slip away from me

So, hey, did you happen to see the most beautiful girl in the world?
And if you did, was she crying, crying?
Hey, if you happen to see the most beautiful girl that walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her

If you happen to see the most beautiful girl that walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Billy Sherrill, Norris Wilson, Norris D Wilson, Rory Bourke, Rory Michael Bourke

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Lyrics:
Hey
Did you happen to see
The most beautiful girl in the world?
And if you did, was she crying, crying?

Hey
If you happen to see
The most beautiful girl that walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her

I woke up this morning
Realized what I had done
I stood alone in the cold gray dawn
I knew I'd lost my morning sun

I lost my head and I said some things
Now comes the heartaches that morning brings
I know I'm wrong
And I couldn't see
I let my world slip away from me

So, hey
Did you happen to see
The most beautiful girl in the world?
And if you did, was she crying, crying?

Hey
If you happen to see
The most beautiful girl that walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her

If you happen to see the most beautiful girl
That walked out on me
Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
Oh, won't you tell her that I love her



All comments from YouTube:

Rick88888888

Simply fantastic! I pity the youth who have to listen to the crap that's nowadays on the radio.

Bernadette B. Maston

You said it all!! Bless you

The Hardy Boys

I hear you ! I Dj the old school tunes ( 50’s , 60’s , 70’s ) and I despair at the drivel that purports as music these days .

MAL

@Charlene Johnson I never heard of music today? I didn't think they made that anymore 😃

Charlene Johnson

I agree 💯 that music today is junk!!! I grew up with this music and I'm glad!!

Brenda Drumm

It's not all crap there are a lot of beautiful songs still here listen to a group called the shires and a group called 5 secons of summer and I'm 72

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eric frasier

I'm a black man who grew up in Charleston, SC. I was born in 1966. I remember hearing this song played on AM radio in the early 1970's. To this very day it's one of my favorites. The politically divisive environment that exists today can not comprehend the relationship that existed between working class black and white people in the south that I remember. I just want to say that I love my white brothers and sisters of the south. We loved and supported each other. I remember the stories of my parents and grand parents of the Great Depression and World War II and how we pulled through. Southern history is often characterized as racist and intolerant. That's not the south I remember growing up in. People loved and respected one another.

John Mac Dougall

God bless your comments. I am the same age as you born in 1966. I cannot believe what we are living through today 56 years later. We need to find a better solution to our racism that continues to grow in our country. Life should be better for all Americans, Black or White.

Yvonne Mikulencak

@Vincent Fisher I agree and I am Czech

Yvonne Mikulencak

I am Czech Texan and we treated our black brothers and sisters equally! We were planning punished by White Americans for doing so! The Tx Czechs were treated like the blacks in Texas for a hundred years. We even died to stop slavery love ❤️ you brother

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