"Strange Little Girl (The Stranglers cover)" as written by Jean Jacques Burnel, Brian John Duffy, David Greenfield, Hugh Alan Cornwell and Hans Axel Waermling....
One day you see a strange little girl look at you
One day you see a strange little girl feeling blue

She'd run to the town one day
Leaving home and the country fair
Just beware
When you're there
Strange little girl

She didn't know how to live in a town that was rough
It didn't take long before she knew she had enough
Walking home in her wrapped up world
She survived but she's feeling old
And she found all things cold

Strange little girl
Where are you going?
Strange little girl
Where are you going?
Do you know where you could be going?

Walking home in her wrapped up world
She survived but she's feeling old
Cause she found all things cold

Strange little girl
Where are you going?
Do you know where you could be going?


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"Strange Little Girl" as written by Brian John Duffy Jean Jacques Burnel

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    General CommentAn online friend calls me "strange little Estonian girl". I think I know now where'd he get that. --;
    neuen Muton June 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is a cover of a song by The Stranglers. The girl in Amos' cover is supposed to be a grown-up Hailie Jade Mathers, the daughter of Eminem. It comes right after her cover of Eminem's "'97 Bonnie and Clyde" on the album, and represents the adult Hailie Jade that may have been had the events of the previous song actually happened.
    KickerOfElveson September 03, 2005   Link

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