"Hey Little Girl" as written by and Ivor Arthur Davies....
Hey-hey
When everything goes wrong
Sometimes it makes no sense
Hey-hey
There once was a time
I should have known better then
Hey-hey
Although you may try
It won't come your way again

Hey, little girl
Where will you hide?
Who can you run to now?
Hey, little girl
Where will you go?
Who can you turn to now?

Hey, hey
So why should I care
If somebody let you down?
Hey, hey
That's nothing new
I know just what that can mean
Hey, hey
Well, the way that they talk
The talk is all over town
Hey, hey
And it's no surprise
Little girls hurt sometimes

Hey, little girl
Where will you hide?
Who can you run to now?
Hey, little girl
Where will you go?
Who can you turn to now? (who can you turn to now?)

Hey, hey
When everything goes wrong
Sometimes it makes no sense
Hey, hey
Hey, little girl
Should have known better
Better
Hey, hey

Hey, little girl
Where will you hide?
Who can you run to now?
Hey, little girl
Where will you hide?
Who can you run to now?
(Who can you run to now?)
Hey, little girl (little girl)
Where will you go? (will you go?)


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"Hey Little Girl" as written by Ivor Arthur Davies

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    General CommentI'm quite honoured to be the first comment on this song! and its 2009!
    this is on my list of favourite songs. I'm not a real deep analytical person so the video tells me that the meaning of this song is : ballerina with drug addiction needs to grow up and stop being such a little girl.
    I would like a few of my friends to listen to this because they can't go anywhere by themselves and have to have someone holding their hand the whole time and they moan and cry about stupid things

    And it's no surprise
    Little girls hurt sometimes...
    jump up!on February 19, 2009   Link

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