"When Big Girls Grow Small" as written by Louis James Defabrizio and Andy Simonds....
You want attention but not the blame
If you're the circus then am I the rain
So predictably charming, your time's their prize
All these hidden agendas, they make me smile

But you're no little girl
So stand straight and act your age
No more are you alright conversations
About life and yesterday

You sing to them softly
Sweep them off their feet
With words just like candy
You made them believe

You sold them an angel
And you kept to yourself
Underneath all these faces
Still guiding your hell

But you're no little girl
So stand straight and act your age
No more are you alright conversations
About life and yesterday

Singing years ago we were happy
And some say we are the same
But after all these years you're useless
And so is the sound of your name

When big girls grow small
When big girls grow small
When big girls grow small

But you're no little girl
So stand straight and act your age
No more are you alright conversations
About life and yesterday

Singing years ago you were happy
And some say we're not the same
But after all these years you're useless
And so is the sound of your name



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"When Big Girls Grow Small" as written by Louis James Defabrizio Andy Simonds

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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