"Greatest Fan" as written by and David James Inson....
When I saw you at the radio station,
I was waiting for your autograph,
You wore scruffy pumps and your jeans were faded,
Wearing a T-shirt with a face on the back

I was your greatest, greatest fan,
I was your greatest, greatest fan

When I saw you on Top Of The Pops,
I drew the curtains and turned the lights off,
I kissed the screen till my heart nearly stopped

I was your greatest,
I was your greatest,
I was your greatest,
I was your greatest fan

When I saw you at the radio station,
Couldn’t believe you were so close to me,
Kissed the girls sitting in their wheelchairs,
Caught your eye and you smiled at me

I was your greatest, greatest fan,
I was your greatest, greatest fan

When I saw you on Top Of The Pops,
I drew the curtains and turned the lights off,
I kissed the screen till my heart nearly stopped

I was your greatest,
I was your greatest,
I was your greatest,
I was your greatest fan

I was number 437 in your fan club


Lyrics submitted by haripotterhari

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