She walks on water
She works her fingers to the bone
She's the farmer's daughter
She knows when to leave well enough alone
Well enough alone

But does she know?
The way I feel about her
I don't know
Does she care?
When I run my fingers through her hair
Yeah, she cares

She floats like paper
She'll cut you like a diamond in the sun
But when I hold her
I know that she's the only one
She's the only one

But does she know?
The way I feel about her
I hope so
Does she care?
When I run my fingers through her hair
Yeah, she cares

I'm a fool for her and she knows it
I'm a fool for her and she knows it
I'm a fool for her

She walks on water
Shw works her fingers to the bone
She's the farmer's daughter
She knows when to leave well enough alone
Well enough alone

But does she know?
The way I feel about her
I hope so
Does she care?
When I run my fingers through her
When I run my fingers through her
When I run my fingers through her hair
Yeah, she cares

Words and music by Hector Saldana, Copyright 2010

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