"Little Miss Fit" as written by Giorgio G. Moroder and Peter Bellotte....
There's a good there's a bad
Some are gay, some are sad
There's a right, there's a wrong
Those who fit don't belong

Well I'm the bad
And I've got to admit
That I'm sad
I'm a little misfit
I'm in the wrong
And that's the truth of it
I don't belong
I'm a little misfit

There's the sun there's the rain
Those in love those in pain
Some succeed while others fail
Some will ease someone tells

Well I'm in the rain
And I've got to admit
That I gonna pay
I'm a little misfit

Though I've failed
That's the truth of it
See me tell
I'm a little misfit

Life's so hard when you're far from everything
Life's so cold when you know you have no friends

Well I've lost
And I've got to admit
That I've paid the cost
I'm a little misfit

I still grow
And that's the truth of it
I'll always fall
I'm a little misfit

Well I'm bad
And I've got to admit
That I'm sad
I'm a little misfit

Well I'm bad
And that's the truth of it
That makes me sad
I'm a little misfit

Well I'm lost
And I've got to admit
That I've paid the cost
I'm a little misfit

I'm so poor



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"Little Miss Fit" as written by Peter Bellotte Giorgio G. Moroder

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