"Little 15 (Depeche Mode cover)" as written by Paul Andrew Waggoner, Thomas Giles Jr Rogers, Cartland Blake Richardson, Robert Dustin Waring and Daniel Lanford Briggs....
Little 15
You help her forget
The world outside
You're not part of it yet
And if you could drive
You could drive her away
To a happier place
To a happier day
That exists in your mind
And in your smile
She could escape there
Just for a while
Little 15

Little 15
Why take the smooth with the rough
When things run smooth
It's already more than enough
She knows your mind
Is not yet in league
With the rest of the world
And it's little intrigues
Do you understand
Do you know what she means
As time goes by
And when you've seen what she's seen
You will
Little 15

Little 15
Why does she have to defend
Her feelings inside
Why pretend
She's not had a life
A life of near misses
Now all that she wants
Is 3 little wishes
She wants to see with your eyes
She wants to smile with your smile
She wants a nice surprise
Every once in a while
Little 15

Lyrics submitted by septimusphoenix, edited by Mellow_Harsher

"Little 15" as written by Cartland Blake Richardson Daniel Lanford Briggs

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Another Victory Publishing

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    General CommentWow... They do this song amazingly! It's so hauntingly awesome.

    Oh, and if anyone has myspace, could you please add this band? Here's the URL: myspace.com/…

    You'd be helping a lot. Thanks!
    AdamBurnsRedon December 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthe kinda sounds like Jonathan davis of korn in this, good song
    harper83087on March 14, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti luv the atmosphere of the song n especially the string quartet
    j_ramirez16on July 22, 2009   Link

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