Daddy was never there
With a crooked smile never really cared
Oh well
She's such a beautiful girl
Afraid to speak so she read instead
Thinking do I look like the magazines said I should?
Am I a beautiful girl?

So where is my angel?
Has she climbed out the window?

Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile tie aroung he neck
Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile she's drifting away

There's a star in the sky in the city
She sleeps tonight
She'll be alright
Oh yeah
She's such a beautiful girl
She's such a beautiful girl

Hair dyed blach with a tear in her eye
As she took off with the guy who said
She's such a beautiful girl
Now all she wants is to go home
Left with nothing but a bloody nose
Oh well
She was a beautiful girl

Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile tie aroung he neck
Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile she's drifting away

There's a star in the sky in the city
She sleeps tonight
She'll be alright
Oh yeah
She's such a beautiful girl
She's such a beautiful girl

She's a latch key princess
She's a latch key princess
A latch key princess
She's a latch key princess

Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile tie aroung he neck
Is she waving or drowning?
With a broken smile she's drifting away

There's a star in the sky in the city
She sleeps tonight
She'll be alright
Oh yeah
She's such a beautiful girl
She's such a beautiful girl

There's a star in the sky in the city
She sleeps tonight
She'll be alright
Oh yeah
She's such a beautiful girl
She's such a beautiful girl

And now she's drifting away
She's such a beautiful girl

And now she's drifting away
She's such a beautiful girl





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    General CommentAwesome song, sounds like a girl left at home obviously a latchkey kid, and lacks that attention of feeling like daddys pretty lil girl.
    burntashon January 07, 2006   Link

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