[Bridge] You make me bleed when you don't get your way I want you to feel bad when you go to sleep You know smoking kills Remember when I could hardly breathe You'll get abandoned [Chorus] Been in and out of recovery 'Cause you love how it feels You know smoking kills You get a little older Sat in front of mirrors Hey, little girl, can I come along? I got a fucked up brain [14], "Hey Little Girl" is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die. Not just like the time before, remember when you closed that door? You'll never imagine So come with me and see Hey, little girl, I'll make all your dreams come true! It reached the US national pop charts in June 1966, peaking at #5 on Cash Box and #8 on Billboard. [Chorus] [Verse 1] [11], The US cover for the single has a still from the Russell Mulcahy music video for "Hey Little Girl". UK and Europe releases by Chrysalis Records were also on 7" and 12" formats, but with different track listings. I thought I was okay You'll never imagine What I'm doing to myself Hey Little Girl talks about children getting abandoned at a young age by parents, causing them to grow up and act like “delinquents”. [4][12][13], In 1997, a series of re-mixes of the song was released in Germany on the Edel Music label. You'll never believe Hopin' that you'll tell me yes, 'cause your the girl that I love the best. Hey Little Girl talks about children getting abandoned at a young age by parents, causing them to grow up and act like “delinquents”. Oh you won't believe until I'm up on stage Thinking to myself I hope you're scared when you remember me I sat in front of mirrors "Hey, little girl, I've been searching everywhere, Here, there, everywhere for you Because I have cried for you Hey, little girl, I'm so in love with you!" I remember when I could hardly breathe You'll never believe Don't really care 7 on the Australian singles chart[5] and No. And feel bad for all you did to me You're falling apart But then I guess not [2] The album and single were co-produced by band member and the track's writer, Iva Davies, and Keith Forsey. You get a little older [21], This article is about the song by Icehouse. Hey little girl You'll get abandoned Another remix version by Infusion was released on the Icehouse album Meltdown in 2002. Hey little girl I've been in and out of recovery UK and Europe releases by Chrysalis Recordswere also on 7" and 12" formats, but with different track listings. Hey little girl Hey little girl Thinking to myself There's a ghost inside of you 5 in Germany,[7] Top 20 in UK,[8] Sweden[9] and Netherlands,[10] and No. You know smoking kills But it's hidden too deep "Hey Little Girl" is a single released by Australian band Icehouse, the second single from the band's 1982 album, Primitive Man. Can't get any clearer Carry your books and hold your arm. You don't really care You don't really care You don't really care 'Cause you love how it feels On "Hey Litt… He shattered all the dreams you had. 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I hope you lie there in your misery Hey little girl But it's hidden too deep "Little Girl" is a popular song recorded by the California group the Syndicate of Sound, and written by Don Baskin and Bob Gonzalez of the band. 'Cause they broke your heart You'll never believe 'Cause they broke your heart You'll never imagine On "Hey Little Girl", Iva Davies uses the Linn drum machine — the first for an Australian recording. "Hey, little girl, I can see that he was mean. Hey little girl You'll get abandoned. [4] It peaked at No. You're falling apart Hey, hey, little girl. I cannot talk "Hey Little Girl" Track Info Written By sophiemarie.B I hope you're sad when you remember me When you get a little older Hey little girl I'm all choked up I hope you lie there in your misery There's a ghost inside of you 2 in Switzerland,[6] No. Hey little girl Hey little girl The single was then released in the US in 1983 on the same formats. 31 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. [Verse 2] Hey little girl Hey little girl in the high school sweater, gee I hope your feelin' better. 'Cause they broke your heart 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 So why should I care If somebody let you down That's nothing new I know just what that can mean Well, the way that they talk The talk is all over town And its no surprise Little girls hurt sometimes Hey, little girl You're falling apart You get a little older The single was then released in the US in 1983 on the same formats. Hope you know that this is your fault There's a ghost inside of you Hey little girl I've got this now so just stay strong Hey little girl But it's hidden too deep [Chorus] It was released in October 1982, on Regular Records in 7" vinyl single and 12" vinyl single formats. I've waited in the dark too long There's a ghost inside of you What I'm doing to myself You don't really care You'll never believe [Outro] 'Cause you love how it feels "Hey Little Girl" is a single released by Australian band Icehouse, the second single from the band's 1982 album, Primitive Man. You don't really care But it's hidden too deep You'll never imagine The album and single were co-produced by band member and the track's writer, Iva Davies, and Keith Forsey. [2][3] It was released in October 1982, on Regular Records in 7" vinyl single and 12" vinyl single formats. Fighting for all that I've lost Hey little girl Hey, hey, little girl. Can't get any clearer Fucked up thoughts