I could lie & say that I have always been a bad liar
& I try to keep it straight & narrow
But sometimes I tire
Of that thing they fill their lecture halls with
Something called reality
Guess something about it has never sat quite right with me

Twinkle, twinkle little star
Do you fit in where you are
Way up in the black, foreboding sky?
Do you ever make a wish,
Think that maybe you would fit
Better somewhere far away?
Well so do I, so do I

I tie myself up in knots
& tell you that I like you lots
With my fingers crossed behind my back
& I talk on a tin can phone
Cause it’s the only one I own
It’s the cheapest way to go & that’s a fact

Jane Austen is my best friend
I really love the way she ends
Every single story in marital felicity
I will strive & I will fight for the thing that is my right
Someday I’ll get married too & I’ll be making history

Twinkle, twinkle little star
Do you fit in where you are
Way up in the black, foreboding sky?
Do you ever make a wish,
Think that maybe you would fit
Better somewhere else?
Well so do I, so do I

I always choose the wrong-est thing
Seems the only thing I ever do right is sing
So that’s what I’ll do
Doo doo doo doo…

Jane Austen is my best friend
I really love the way she ends
Every single story in marital felicity
I will strive & I will fight for the thing that is my right
Someday I’ll get married too & I’ll be making history
Doo doo doo doo…


Lyrics submitted by JustGr8

Jane Austen song meanings
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