"He Said He Loved Me" as written by and Jonathan/turner Mc Clure....
(Laura)
He said he loved me
He said he needs me
He said to Keeley he thinks I'm special
He didn't love me
He didn't need me
Got off with Keeley, she thinks she's special


(Reverend)
She used to go out
She used to get dressed up
An all the while
She's getting more messed up
And she looks out
Through the window pane
As all her friends
Are going out again

She used to smile
She used to go to bars
Now its just rattles
And baby food in jars
Know how she's feeling
Because there ain't no texts
I know she's reeling
They're at the multiplex

Mams and prams
Twelve week scans
Wish you weren't a story of the also-rans


(Laura)
He said he loved me
He said he needs me
He said to Keeley he thinks I'm special
He didn't love me
He didn't need me
Got off with Keeley, she thinks she's special


(Reverend)
The family helps her
She takes him to his Nans
Gives her some time off
Go to the caravan
And she's a mother
Although it breaks her heart
Her friends don't know her
They've grown so far apart

Mams and prams
An twelve week scans
Wish you weren't a story of the also-rans


(Laura & Reverend)
He said he loved me
He said he needs me
He said to Keeley he thinks I'm special
He didn't love me
He didn't need me
Got off with Keeley, she thinks she's special

He said he loved me
He said he needs me
He said to Keeley he thinks I'm special
He didn't love me
He didn't need me
Got off with Keeley, she thinks she's special

(Laura)
He said he loved me

He said he needs me

He didn't love me

He didn't need me


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"He Said He Loved Me" as written by Alan Smyth Jon Mcclure

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  • +1
    General Commentthis song is about a girl who got pregnant and the guy left her for someone else, she has to look after this baby of his on her own
    han_keep_smilinon October 07, 2007   Link
  • +1
    My OpinionI totally agree, and the band bring out the problem we have ourselves in this day and age. Teenage girls boys and girls throwing caution to the wind and practising/risking unprotected (and sometimes underage!!) sex. I think that's what they're trying to highlight and combat, singing about all the things they'll miss out on and have to deal with. Laura portrays the "Stereotypical teenage girl" with her lyrics very well.

    That's my opinion.
    Sysfailureon March 25, 2012   Link

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