“Forget That Girl” Lyrics

Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only bring you down again
Forget that girl
She’ll never make you happy
She’s in love with him, my friend
She’s in love with him

Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only bring you down again, ah-ah
Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only make you lonely (Lonely)
She’s in love with him, my friend
She’s in love with him

There was a time when she could really love you (Ah)
When she was thinking only of you (Ah)
But now she’s put herself above you (Ah)
And there’s nothing I can do (Ah-ah-ah)

Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only bring you down again, ah-ah
Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only make you lonely (Lonely)
She’s in love with him, my friend
She’s in love with him

There was a time when she could really love you
When she was thinking only of you
But now she’s put herself above you
And there’s nothing I can do

Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only bring you down again, ah-ah
Forget that girl, ah-ah
She’ll only make you lonely (Lonely)
She’s in love with him, my friend
She’s in love with him, whoa, yeah
She’s in love with him, yeah-ah, ooh

Forget that girl (Forget that girl), forget that girl (Forget that girl)
Forget that girl (Forget that girl), forget that girl (Forget that girl)
Forget that girl (Forget that girl)

Davy: Thank you. Thank you.
Micky: Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen, and now, let us take you if we may down, down, waiting for Peter to put on his bass. Here we go, down, down, down south into Louisiana and the Cajun country with… the sound of tuning! We’ll be with you in just a second. Eloise!
Peter: Hello!
Micky: Baby, hang on in there!
Davy: I can’t see you all in the back there, but I think you’re there, so hello.
Micky: Let us take you if we may back into the land of yesteryear, down into Cajun country and New Orleans with the sock-it-to-me sound of “Sweet Young Thing”.


Sources

  1. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 289.