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Wendy Said Lyrics

Artist: Kim Wilde
Album: Greatest Hits

Written by Ricky & Marty Wilde

Lost in the night, out on the streets
And blown into the wind
She was just heading for trouble
When they got her downstairs

Cut by the lights, strands of her hair
Just tumble from her cheeks
She's just another caucasion in a crime worn day

Inside her heart was breaking
No-one knew what she'd been through
Inside her mind's escaping
To a world that no-one knew

Lost in the night, somebody said go easy on the girl
You'll never get a confession
If you treat her that way
Two pairs of eyes shout at her face and late into the night
They heard a softer whisper saying
"Let me go"

Inside her heart was breaking
No-one knew what she'd been through
Inside her mind's escaping
To a world that no-one knew

Wendy sadd has flown away
Wendy found her freedom
No-one else could follow there
Not inside the world of Wendy sadd

Somebody shouts, something is wrong and panick hits the room
They said she looked at the ceiling and the lights went out
Clutched in her hand
All they could find was a letter that she'd wrote
It said try and forgive them
For what they've done

Inside her heart was breaking
No-one knew what she'd been through
Inside her mind's escaping
To a world that no-one knew

Wendy sadd has flown away
Wendy found her freedom
No-one else could follow there
Not inside the world of Wendy sadd
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