"My Protégée" as written by and Juliana Hatfield....
You can touch her if you want
You can rub her if you want
She won't struggle if you want
She'll act like you turn her on
She knows just what to say
She's my protégée
So much love
There's money everywhere
So laugh at their stupid jokes
She can't live on air
But no one has to know
And if you binge, you gotta purge
She could rule the world
So much love
My protégée
My protégée
Young hearts
Understand
The future
Is in my hands
My protégée
My protégée
I taught her everything
She's gonna rock you


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"My Protegee" as written by Juliana Hatfield

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    General CommentShe wrote this while being frustrated with women in the music business. She was disheartened with the blow-up Barbie doll mentality of some singers. I don't think this is about Jessica Simpson, but she's who comes to mind when I hear this song. It was written during the teen singer/boyband/Britney crap was all the rage.
    carrie713on December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNo it's about her eating disorder she is/was suffering from.
    "If you binge you gotta purge"
    And she's singing about 'my protégée'.. the disorder is kind of her protegee because it's her only way to survive.
    On the other hand she says that this disorder could rule the world cause of its power.
    Sara616on October 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm sorry, carrie713 is right. In the booklet it's described :)
    But still, my explanation isn't that bad!
    Sara616on October 12, 2008   Link

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