Little Sarah Jane said Dad I'm not like that
And if you could take me right back
Cause this town is like a haystack
And the needles are on the wrong track

Yeah I've been paying my dues wearing someone else's shoes
I've been doubling back down someone else's track
And all the bad luck boys want porcelain toys
So dad, if you please, help me up from my knees

And little Sarah Jane walks down past her boyfriend
And she's looking to confront him
'Bout the problems that have plagued them
But he flashes her a gnome grin

And so she slept along yeah forgetting what was wrong
Like the time before, and the time before that
And if it comes up again he'll just give her his hand
Say baby it's fine, yeah yeah it's alright

But Sarah's got a kid and the father's out of town
But who know when he'll be coming back around
Cries for her lover, who could never be found

And little Sarah Jane's fed up with her life now
And the dreams that are alive now
Could die unless she tries now

To make it while she can with or without her man
Just the baby on her knees all she needs to be free
She'll shine with the stars or she'll get buried in the bars
I've seen it before but she deserves more


Lyrics submitted by casiopt10

Sarah Jane song meanings
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