"Queen" as written by and Emerson Hart....
Head strong and steadfast junkies
All barter for the clean
They all wait in their plastic lines
To find what color means

Cause they all want to be queen
And you do know what I mean
Cause they all want to be queen
And you do know what I mean

I spoke to a girl by the backdoor
She said she'd do anything just to meet you
You know I've seen that smile before
Just in time for a knee to hit the ground
Little girls
Dressed up like french whores
In velvet paintings
Wide eyed
Long nails
They all want to live the fairy tale

Cause they all want to be queen
And you do know what I mean
Cause they all want to be queen
And you do know what I mean

Did they tear you all up inside
Did they take away all your pride
And she cried herself to sleep that night

Cause they all want to be queen
And you do know what I mean
Cause they all want to be queen
And you do
And you do
And you do know what I mean
Queen want to be queen
Queen want to be queen
Queen want to be queen
Queen want to be queen


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"Queen" as written by Emerson Hart

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    General CommentThis song is about groupies!
    After Lemon Parade Tonic was hot shit! its too bad they arent now cuz they kick ass. but they had groupies up the fuckin wazoo. i spoke to a girl by the back door,
    she said shed do ANYTHING just to meet you
    you know ive seen that smile before
    just in time for A KNEE TO HIT THE GROUNF

    whistle whistle
    she wants to be queen
    mrpantson December 05, 2004   Link
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    General Commentagree with mrpants. it seems to be about the girlie groupie fantasy of getting together with a hot young star and being the princess. perhaps the 1st verse compares this kind of transcendence to the transcendence of a drug trip.
    GotMeNowon June 17, 2007   Link

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