You're Not the Kind

by Sarah Vaughan

Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 – April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer, described by Scott Yanow as having "one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century."




You're not the kind of a boy for a girl like me
I'm just a song and a dance, you're a symphony
I thought that you never would doubt me
Well, I'm tellin' you, you'd be much better off without me
You're just the kind of a boy who would always play fair
I'm just the kind of a girl who would never be fair
It's so hard to let you go but it's only because I know
That you're not the kind of a boy for a girl like me

You're not the kind of a boy for a girl like me
I'm just a song and a dance, you're a symphony
I thought that you never would doubt me
Well, I'm tellin' you, you'd be much better off without me
You're just the kind of a boy who would always play fair
I'm just the kind of a girl who would never be square
It's so hard to let you go but it's only because I know
That you're not the kind of a boy 
You're not the kind of a boy
You're not the kind of a boy for a girl like me

Written by: IRVING MILLS, WILL HUDSON

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