"Mika Akutsu" as written by and Nicholas Currie....
When Truman Capote spent just one day with Marilyn
Monroe
He wrote 'A Beautiful Child'
The book Capote wrote hit the right note
Hit the spot
He got Monroe to a T
But Mika Akutsu AKA Mika Leigh
What about me?
I know you work in electronics
Translated all my lyrics
But you're still a mystery
Let's spend the day in Yokohama
Riding on a ferris wheel
And see what we can see
Mika Akutsu AKA Mika Leigh

When Princess Kaguya arrived from the moon
She made crazy demands to throw off the men
Tagging along trying to get her into bed
She said 'Don't fuck with my head'

Strung out between Yokohama and Palo Alto
You ought to know
You confuse your friends with two homes
Confuse your men with two names
Just like Norma Jean
Let's spend the day in California
Climb a giant redwood tree
And see what we can see
Mika Akutsu, born again Mika Leigh

Holly Golightly and Tinkerbell are multicultural
But they don't exist
I know you're very, very clever
And you're a star forever
But you're still the great unknown
Let's spend a day in Yokohama
Riding on a ferris wheel
And see who we can be
Mika Akutsu born again Mika Leigh


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"Mika Akutsu" as written by Nicholas Currie

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