"Little Sister" as written by Lou Reed and John Davies Cale....
You know it's hard for me
I cannot use the phone
In the shape of publicity
No relationship is born
I feel like a Hercules who's recently been shorn
But I have always loved my baby sister

Pick me up at eight
You'll see me on tv
I don't know I don't look well
Time's not been good to me
But please believe me
The blame is all on me
I have always loved my baby sister

Remember when, we were younger when
You would wait for me at school
Teacher's friends and brazen sins
And I was often cruel
But you always believed in me
You thought I was the best
And now that I got you alone
Let me get this off my chest

Pick a melody
Then count from one to ten
I make a rhyme up
Then we will try again
To laugh or cry or give a sigh
To past that might have been
And how much I really love my baby sister
And how much I really love my baby sister
And how much I really love my baby sister

Ba ba ba ba... [Repeat]


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"Little Sister" as written by Lou A. Reed

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