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(You're not a kid anymore)
(You're not a kid anymore)

When people ask of me,
What would you like to be
Now that your not a kid anymore.
(You're not a kid anymore)

I know just what to say,
I answer right away,
There's just one thing I've been wishing for.

I want to be Bobby's girl
I want to be Bobby's girl,
That's the most important thing to me.

And if I was Bobby's girl,
If I was Bobby's girl,
What a faithful thankful girl I'd be.

Each night I sit at home,
Hoping that he will phone,
But I know Bobby has someone else

Still in my heart I pray
There soon will come the day
That I will have him all to myself.

I want to be Bobby's girl
I want to be Bobby's girl,
That's the most important thing to me.

And if I was Bobby's girl,
If I was Bobby's girl,
What a faithful thankful girl I'd be.
What a faithful thankful girl I'd be.


Recorded by Marcie Blane (C) 1962

"Bobby's Girl" is a song and single written by Gary Klein and Henry Hoffman
and performed by American teenage singer, Marcie Blane.

It was first released in 1962 in America.
It has a spoken introduction and a backing refrain of
"You're not a kid anymore" and was popular
with the American teenage audience.
It entered the charts in October and made the Top 10
within a month reaching 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 by December,
where it stayed for four weeks only to be kept
from the top of the charts by The Four Seasons'
"Big Girls Don't Cry" and Elvis Presley's "Return to Sender".
It reached 2 on the Cash Box chart staying on the charts for nineteen weeks
and made Blane the top selling female singer in the US.

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