"Don't Move On" as written by and David Bowie....
You brought me to the highest mountain,
Out of my, deep despair.
And you don't know how much I need you,
To stand beside you,
To breathe your air.

Don't move on
Don't move on
Don't move
Don't move
Don't move
Don't move on

This girl, she works,
In downtown New York City.
Surrounded by,
4 walls that ain't so pretty.
Her parents give,
Her love and affection.
To keep her strong,
Movin' in the right direction.

Living just enough,
Just enough,
For the city!

Living just enough,
For the city.
Living just enough,
Living for the city!

So I turn myself to face me,
But I've never,
Caught a glimpse.
How the others must see the faker,
Well I'm much too fast to take that test!

Turn and face the change,
Just gonna have to be a different girl.

Time may change me
But I can't change time

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    General CommentThis was by far her lowest quality film (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen)... but I love that girl... and I love this movie in spite of its pointlessness... it's just fun... I love the song medley.
    lizzieluvs2playon July 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhee! me likeyy
    adilahon August 29, 2006   Link

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