"Little Miss Nothing [Stereo]" as written by Richard John Parfitt and Francis Dominic Nicholas Rossi....
People all around they look at you, and I have seen them sneer
But they don't realise how much I need you, so let me make it very clear
That you won't have to worry just 'cos your clothes are torn

Your windows they need cleaning and the weeds are growing high
But Little Miss Nothing I won't pass you by

You have no daddy to tell your troubles to, but don't you worry I'll share
them with you
We won't worry about the stormy weather, if you have troubles we'll share
them together
Your house is nearly falling, but I'll change all that for you

Your windows they need cleaning and the weeds are growing high
But Little Miss Nothing I won't pass you by
Now I will clean your windows, cut the weeds from high to low
I will mend your rooftops, and the taps again will flow
But Little Miss Nothing I won't let you go


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"Little Miss Nothing" as written by Richard John Parfitt Francis Dominic Michael Nicola Rossi

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