"Little Miss" as written by and Freya Christine/harris Clausen....
Little Miss

Little Miss "I'll do everything"
Little Miss "I know all about this"
Little Miss "I speak French with no accent"
Little Miss "believe me, I've been there"


Can I borrow your goody-two-shoes
Or are you wearing them at your weekly tea with the Queen?
Please for once, just shut your mouth
Yeah please for once, just butt out
Cause I'm tired, tired, tired of you
Being ever so ever so pleased with yourself
Oh Little Miss ever so ever so pleased with yourself


Little Miss "I know the guy in-charge"
Little Miss "Mine is newer"
Little Miss "I'm a martyr"
Little Miss "I got it for less"


Can I borrow your goody-two-shoes
No never mind, you need them more than me
Please for once, just shut your mouth
Yeah please for once, just butt out
Cause I'm tired, tired, tired of you
Being ever so ever so pleased with yourself
Oh Little Miss ever so ever so pleased with yourself

If only I could be as perfect as you
If only I knew the people you do
I wouldn't know what to do with myself
Go fascinate someone else Little Miss

Little Miss "Oh this old rag?"
Little Miss "I can get you tickets"
Little Miss "I I me me"
Little Miss "He learned to read at three"
Little Miss "oneupmanship"
Little Miss ... - full of shit...
Little Miss "Natural blond"
Little Miss "Then why can I see your roots"
Little Miss - oh God you're annoying ...






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"Little Miss" as written by Tina Harris Freya Christine Clausen

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