"Little Girl" as written by Warryn Campbell, Erica Monique Atkins-campbell, Trecina Atkins-campbell and John T Smith....
Did you ever make your mother cry?
Did you look in her face with your piercing eyes?
A troubled childhood took a knife to her heart
When you cover your fears when ever they start
You told your lies to get out of your home
You crept off somewhere and he found you alone
Lust in his eyes weapon in his hand
And he left you there when love always demands

And you see
Only ballerinas can dance
And you found
{Yes you} found a friendly romance
Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there tonight
Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there

Your school work papers all forgot your name
You became the dust from which you came
All the voices coming out of the dark
The snow melted away all your blood in the park
Tell me darling what you're thinking of
(Summer night) you had fell in love
When you met up with the man with the knife
Now you're all alone in the snow without life

And you see
Only ballerinas can dance
And you found
(Yes you) found a friendly romance
Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there tonight
Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there

Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there tonight
Little girl in the snow
You should've stayed home
Baby it's cold out there tonight


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"Little Girl" as written by Erica Monique Atkins-campbell Erica Atkins-campbell

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