Hey, Little Girl Lyrics

Icehouse


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Otis Blackwell, Robert Stevenson
album: Track 3 in album Love in Motion
release date: 1986
popularity : 11 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock Pop
styles: New Wave/Pop Rock/Synth-pop
length: 4:26
composer: Iva Davies
lyricist: Iva Davies

Cover Art

Icehouse Love in Motion cover art
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(Hey hey) When everything goes wrong sometimes it makes no sense
(Hey hey) There once was a time, I should have known better then
(Hey hey) Although you may try, it won't come your way again

Hey, little girl, where will you hide? Who can you run to now?
Hey, little girl, where will you go? Who can you turn to now?

(Hey hey) So why should I care, if somebody let you down
(Hey hey) That's nothing new, I know just what that can mean
(Hey hey) Well, the way that they talk, the talk is all over town

Hey, little girl, where will you hide? Who can you run to now?
Hey, little girl, where will you go? Who can you turn to now?
(Who can you turn to now?)

(Hey hey) And if it all works out fine, you know we’ll be all right
(Hey hey) only you and I, we know that it's not too late
(Hey hey) and it's no surprise, little girls hurt sometimes

Hey little girl, where will you hide? Who can you run to now?
Hey little girl, where will you go? Who can you turn to now?

(Hey hey) When everything goes wrong sometimes it makes no sense
(Hey hey) Hey, little girl
Should have known better, have known better then (Hey hey)

[1:44 instrumental break]

(Who can you run to now?)
Hey little girl, where will you go? Who can you turn to now?
Hey little girl, where will you go? Who can you turn to now?
Hey little girl, where will you go? (little girl)
Who can you turn to now?


Track Listing

  • 1 Uniform
  • 2 Street Cafe
  • 3 Hey, Little Girl
  • 4 Glam
  • 5 Great Southern Land
  • 6 Trojan Blue
  • 7 Love in Motion
  • 8 Mysterious Thing
  • 9 One by One
  • 10 Goodnight, Mr. Matthews