"Little Self Centred Queen" as written by and Clare Bowditch....
Late night wedding bells and
All the world is quiet and asleep.
I don't know you that well and
You sure as hell do not know me.
I seem like a little self-centred Queen
But I need I need big love today.

Late night wedding bells and
We are talking like we've always known
Each other fairly well, but
You're a stranger and my mother says that
I need to come home.
I seem like a little self-centred Queen
But I need I need big love today.

If I opened up a shop,
Put this night upon the shelf,
I'm sure it would sell for
Twice as much as anybody elses'
But seeings you have been so kind,
As to share with me your life
I guess it's best if we
Just leave this little one between ourselves.

It's been a lovely night and
I have enjoyed having you so much
But to avoid rude frights
I guess it's best if we re-robed
And went off home.
I seem like a little self-centred Queen
But I need I need big love today.


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"Little Self Centred Queen" as written by Clare Alison L Bowditch

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    General CommentTehe. I love these lyrics, they make me laugh.

    Such an innocent sounding song, and yet she's singing about having a drunken one-night stand.

    gotta love her.
    Amen, sister.
    luebaon August 07, 2008   Link

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