A Country Girl in Paris – John Denver

A country girl in Paris, Moonlight on the Seine.
Memories of Tennessee and Nashville in the rain.
It’s such a contradiction; a heart that’s filled with pain.
A country girl in Paris dreamin’ Nashville in the rain.

She walks along the boulevard Champs-Elysees,
Thinks about a country boy three thousand miles away.
Pride is such a hard thing, such a price to pay,
To be all alone in Paris, with true love so far away.

Bridge #1

Up upon Montmarte where she stops to rest a while
All the artists look at her and they long to paint her smile.
For even in her sorrow there’s something in the eyes
That makes the young men jealous and makes the old men sigh.

3rd Verse – Instrumental to Bridge #2

Bridge #2

They say the loss of innocence is always linked to pain,
For once the heart is opened, nothing ever is the same.
So the evening lends itself to lovers and romance.
The way to heal a broken heart: give true love just one more chance.

4th Verse: Repeat 1st verse

Author: admin on March 19, 2012
Category: A Song Lyrics
Tags: ,
2 responses to “A Country Girl in Paris – John Denver”
  1. Ayanna Banana says:

    I like this post, enjoyed this one appreciate it for posting.


  2. vreyrolinomit says:

    whoah this weblog is fantastic i like studying your posts. Keep up the great paintings! You understand, lots of individuals are searching round for this info, you could aid them greatly.


Leave a Reply


Last articles