i have seen what i have seen
i have done what i have done
sold my flesh with eager glee
but that was way back in eighty-three

i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me

in a street of marble arch
i jumped into his black daimler car naive like the only son he's never had
oh, he'll never have

i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me i am young and quite pretty don't hurt me

all he ever wanted was a lover all he ever wanted was a lover all he ever wanted was a lover all he ever wanted was a lover was a lover was a lover don't hurt me.



Lyrics submitted by acidbabe, edited by anderson17

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    General CommentI like the samples used in this song, probably taken from a movie.
    nic-ckon February 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commentalso references to the falklands used in this at the start
    nic-ckon February 13, 2008   Link

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