"Little Queen" as written by Roger Douglas Fisher, Ann Wilson, Michael Joseph Derosier, Steven Michael Fossen, Howard M. Leese and Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson....
You'd rather have wine than gin
Only the finest by your skin
Always running after Time, catching
You're fancy with rhyme
Shining on the front page again

Hot on the presses today, little queen
Making your passion play, little queen
Nobody knows your melancholy mind,
Little queen

Away from the sellers, the papers said
Your crown was tight and heavy on your head
Still you danced and you sang, all night
The telephone rang
Music kept on playing from your pen.

Hot on the presses today, little queen
Making your passion play, little queen
Nobody knows your melancholy mind,
Little queen

Raining Raining- he knows your Soul ain't free
Raining Raining- he feels you little queen

Slipping away with your gypsy band
Hot on your music and playing a winning hand
He was standing in the line, thinking how you
Moved his mind
Feeling like he held you in his hand


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"Little Queen" as written by Howard M. Leese Ann Wilson

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    General CommentThis song is about a young Ann Wilson and those great early Heart songs!
    Sergioutfoxon April 02, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI am the "Little Queen". My dad bought this cassette for me long (I'm not saying how long) after he gave me my nickname at birth. This was one of the first cassettes I ever owned. I had CSNY and I had Neil Young, too. Does anyone even know what a cassette tape is anymore? Am I the only dinosaur on Song Meanings?

    It is so much fun to be able to share music with my dad. My first concert was "The Bay City Rollers", then "The Charlie Daniels Band", then "Beach Boys". All with my dad. And many, many more. So priceless!
    streakeron July 11, 2009   Link

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