"Cuckoo" as written by Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia....
I was never just an ordinary girl
Who underwent a transformation
I always thought I could see the stars
And watch them grow in my hands
But my mind was bigger than the world
My choice was being born a girl
When will I ever learn the truth
Without the fiction without the friction without the fiction
When it's the same as before
I conquer nothing or all
But my mind was bigger than the world
My choice was being born a girl
I like to watch
So nothing can hurt me
I understand
When your patience deserts you
I think I've loved
But I'm not so sure
Can someone tell me
What I'm here for
I was never just an ordinary girl
Who underwent a transformation
But my mind was bigger than the world
My choice was being born a girl
You deserted me
Left me on the street
To be what I would be
You never gave me your time
Made me feel dirty and unkind
To feel the way I do about you
Has numbed me to all that's beautiful
To feel the way I feel about you
Has made me wonder what I have to do
To feel the way I do about you
To feel the way I do about you


Lyrics submitted by tinafeygirl

"Cuckoo" as written by Dean Garcia Toni Halliday

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    General CommentHow is it that there's no comments on this track?! This is the most powerful song on the album!

    Is she singing to her father at the end?
    xodon August 02, 2006   Link

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