"Little Girls" as written by Nuno Bettencourt and Gary F. Cherone....
It's not fair what they put me through
Please tell me what am I supposed to do
Why do I get myself in this situation

There must be some logical
Answers why I rob the cradle
Can this be love or just infatuation

Little girl come out and play
I got some candy for my baby
It's your sweet sixteenth birthday celebration

Thank heaven for little girls who
Grow up in a most peculiar way

You might think she's too young for me
(Little girls)
You know I always say you're as young as you feel
(As you feel)
Yeah, I might be crazy 'cause I like them so young
(Little girls)
But with little girls the best is yet to come come
(Yet to come)

Some they say I'm too old for her
Old enough to be her father
Incestual blood is thicker than water
Do what's right not morally wrong
Flesh and blood can only be so strong
And it's my god not yours I'll have to answer


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"Little Girls" as written by Nuno Bettencourt Gary F. Cherone

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    General CommentBasically saying "Okay I've got the hots for a girl, nobody else can change that, so what if I go to hell"

    "LITTLE GIRL
    Come out and play
    I got some candy
    For my baby
    It's your sweet
    Sixteenth birthday
    Celebration"

    Nice innuendo...
    NeglectedFieldon May 08, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentObviously they wrote this song about me (Nuno did, I mean)
    We were introduced on my 16th birthday, and boom this song fits perfectly.

    And it's saying "age ain't nothing but a fucking number so shut the fuck up look the other way if it bugs you because I want to be with her and it's my life, I'll run it the way I want regardless if I'm as old as her parents..." Ahaha.
    CorBettencourton December 16, 2008   Link

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