"Mona Lisa" as written by Britney Spears, Teddy Campbell and David Kochanski....
This is the story about Mona Lisa
The Mona Lisa

Ladies and gentlemen, I've got a little story to tell
About Mona Lisa and how she suddenly fell
See everyone knew her, they knew her oh so well
Now I am taking over to release her from her spell

She's the original
She's unforgettable
She wants you to know
She's been gone

It's kind of incredible
She's so unpredictable
She wants you to know
She's been gone, she's been gone, she's been gone

She was taken under drowning in her sea
Running like an angel, she was crying and could not see, oh no
Now see everyone's watching as she starts to fall
They want her to breakdown be a legend of her fall

She's the original
She's unforgettable
She wants you to know
She's been gone

It's kind of incredible
She's so unpredictable
She wants you to know
She's been gone, she's been gone, she's been gone

Ladies does that make you cry?
Mona Lisa's got to fly, nobody really dies
Everyone, may we have a moment of silence right here
God

She's the original
She's unforgettable
She wants you to know
She's been gone

It's kind of incredible
She's so unpredictable
She wants you to know
That she's home, that she's home

She's the original
She's unforgettable
She wants you to know
She's been gone

It's kind of incredible
She's so unpredictable
She wants you to know
That she's home, that she's home, that she's home



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"Mona Lisa" as written by David Kochanski Britney Spears

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  • +2
    General CommentShe didnt sing it on tour- she wrote the song whilst jamming with her band in a soundcheck for the tour.

    The song is almsot defineatly about her. And in its own way its autobiographical, and it basically conveys how she was this manipulated little...almost 'puppet' earlier, and it seems like she's shedding that skin and really being herself, its almost the 'death' of Britney and the 'birth' of Mona Lisa. 'Now i am taking voer to release her from her spell'- she's taking control of her life and career now.

    And just a correction, the real lyrics are "she was taken under, drowning in her SEA" not seat!
    rust3dxh3arton April 11, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is very different from the rest of her material. I think It's definitely about her and pretty damn accurate as well. I hope she get's her life sorted, no matter what anyone says she's got talent and she's gorgeous. People are just jumping on the bandwagon and trying to bring her down, so they'll look good. I mean the people that are saying stuff about her couldnt deal with what she deals with for a week and they're complaining about her. Its ridiculous.
    scarlettdearon June 27, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTheres just somehting about this song that makes me love it.. I think it's the whole slightly talking/slightly singing thing that I love.

    I wonder who the "Mona Lisa" really is?
    c0nstant1neon January 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentId I didn't know any better, I'd have to say that Britney is talking about herself.

    Also, I heard she did this song while on her Onyx Hotel tour.
    liltigermandoon March 11, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentahh what a disgrace to the painting...sigh
    :)
    snake charmeron March 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentof course it's about her, but it's great, she's great, and this song is different and she's trying new styles and it's working every time
    clo5on April 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song.
    i love britney
    jackie321on April 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love Britney but this song is wack
    ohwhocareson December 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentif i didnt know any better...
    its about britney and her sister jamie lynn.
    Molz017on March 28, 2007   Link

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