Who Sang The Kind of Girl I Could Love? The Monkees

The Monkees More of the Monkees cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Michael Nesmith, Roger Atkins
release date: 1967-1-10
genres: Rock Funk / Soul Blues Pop Stage & Screen
styles: Pop Rock/Classic Rock
length: 1:57
background vocals: Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz
lead vocals: Michael Nesmith
guitar: Mike Deasy, Al Casey, James Burton and Glen Campbell
bass: Bob West and Larry Knechtel
drums (drum set): Hal Blaine
percussion: Jim Gordon and Gary Coleman
steel guitar: Michael Nesmith
writer: Roger Atkins, Michael Nesmith
Girl, you look mighty good to me
And I know that you've got to be
The kind of girl I could love.

You've got the sweetest pair of eyes
And your kiss would be paradise
You're the kind of girl I could love.

You do something to my soul
That no one's ever done.
If you're looking for true love
Then let me be the one.

Girl, deep in my soul I'm sure
And my heart has no doubt that you're
The kind of girl I could love.
The kind of girl I could love.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 She
  • 2 When Love Comes Knockin’ (at Your Door)
  • 3 Mary, Mary
  • 4 Hold On Girl
  • 5 Your Auntie Grizelda
  • 6 (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone
  • 7 Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)
  • 8 The Kind of Girl I Could Love
  • 9 The Day We Fall in Love
  • 10 Sometime in the Morning
  • 11 Laugh
  • 12 I’m a Believer