Homely Girl



publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Eugene Record, Stanley Wayne Mckenney
album: Track 9 in album Labour of Love II
release date: 1989-12-12
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genres: Reggae
styles: Dub/Reggae-Pop
length: 3:25
writer: Stanley McKenny, Eugene Record

Album Information

label: Virgin
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 075679132420
script: Latin

Cover Art

UB40 Labour of Love II cover art


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It must have broke your poor little heart
You looked better in the dark.
To be somewhere in the dark with you
The teacher would ask the questions
But somehow you never got your turn

Homely girl, you used to be so lonely
Homely girl you used to be so lonely

Who'd like to hold that place his whole life through
You had a heart no one could ever see, oh yes you did
Homely girl, you used to be so lonely

To carry your books
And the dirty looks
They all want to ask you for a date

You're a beautiful woman oh yeah
You're a beautiful woman, ooh yea, ooh hoo


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
  • 2 Tears From My Eyes
  • 3 Groovin'
  • 4 The Way You Do the Things You Do
  • 5 Kingston Town
  • 6 Baby
  • 7 Wedding Day
  • 8 Wear You to the Ball
  • 9 Homely Girl
  • 10 Impossible Love