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You're gonna lose that girl (The Beatles) UNIT 9 - part of lesson B
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The Beatles use the form "will" and "be going to" in its colloquial version: "gonna".


We usually write "be going to", but when talking, we can say "gonna".

You gonna lose that girl,
(yes, yes, you gonna lose that girl)
You gonna lose that girl.

If you don't take her out tonight,
She's gonna change her mind,
And I will take her out tonight,
And I will treat her kind.

You're gonna lose that girl,
You're gonna lose that girl.
If you don't treat her right, my friend,
You're gonna find her gone,
'cause I will treat her right, and then
You'll be the lonely one.

You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl.
I'll make a point
Of taking her away from you, yeah,
The way you treat her what else can I do?

You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl.













I'll make a point
Of taking her away from you, yeah,
The way you treat her, what else can I do?
If you don't take her out tonight,
She's going to change her mind.
And I will take her out tonight,
And I will treat her kind.













You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl,
You're going to lose that girl.

- Boys, are you buzzing?
- No thanks, I've got the car.
- No, no, no. Listen. I'll have to play it back, you have to do it again.

- Is that you?
- No.
- Well, don't look at me!

The standard form to write is "going to", but in colloquial speech it is common to pronounc it "gonna", and in colloquial writing (especially in songs and convesation transcriptions) you can also spell it "gonna".

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