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Cause I'm just a little girl you see But there's a hell of a lot more to me Don't ever underestimate what I can do Don't ever tell me how I'm meant to be. Sometimes I feel you're not listening Sometimes I feel you don't understand.
Just a Little Girl" is the debut single from English singer/songwriter Amy Studt. Released on 1 July 2002, the single reached a peak of in the UK Singles Chart. It is taken from Amy's debut album, False Smiles, which was released a year later. The song was used in a UPN TV spot for an episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. It is included on Now 52 in the UK. "Just a Little Girl". Going out of My Mind" (later appears on False Smiles). Kick Me". "Just a Little Girl" (video).
Misfit" is the second single from UK singer Amy Studt. Released on 9 June 2003, the single reached a peak of in the charts and is Studt's most successful single to date. It was also the most successful single internationally. It is taken from her debut album, False Smiles. The song is criticizing those who conform, labelling them superficial and saying it is all right to be a misfit. It is included on Now 55 in the UK.
Studt released her first single "Just a Little Girl" in July 2002, to international success. It was followed almost a year later by "Misfit", which came to be her highest charting single. The same month her debut album False Smiles appeared. From then until the end of 2006, Studt stayed out of the public eye. But in 2007 it was announced that she was working on a new album, now with the label 19 Entertainment. Some of her new material was published on MySpace. On 3 December 2007, "Furniture" was released as a digital single, and the album, My Paper Made Men, issued on 5 May 2008.
Sprawdź słowa piosenki Just a little girl Amy Studt, zobacz teledysk.
A truly innovative singer, songwriters and ts around, Amy Studt is creating some of the most beautifully haunting and inspiration. Recalling the dark pop of the Shangri-Las and Mazzy Star and the drama of Bowie era ‘Aladdin Sane’, Studt has spent the last year in her own Sleepwalker Studio with Hatcham Social’s Toby Kidd working on new material. An artist that really wears her heart on her sleeve, her songs are very autobiographical. Dark yet full of light, the mood can range from delicate to dangerous and tracks such as live favourites ‘Different Coloured Pills’, ‘I Was Jesus In Your Veins’ and ‘Sleepwalker’ (written during the recent London riots) are hints of what to expect from an eagerly awaited new album.
Studt released her first single "Just a Little Girl" in July 2002. It was followed almost a year later by "Misfit", which came to be her highest charting single in the UK at Number 6. The same month her debut album False Smiles appeared selling over 260,000 copies going Gold. Late 2003 and early 2004 two more singles were released, "Under the Thumb" and "All I Wanna Do" respectively, but only to diminishing sales that caused Polydor to drop Studt in February 2004 all before her 18th birthday.