Little Wonder

Album: Earthling (1997)
Charted: 14
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  • Stinky weather fat, shaky hands
    Dopey morning doc, grumpy gnomes

    Little wonder then, little wonder
    You little wonder, little wonder you

    Big screen dolls, and explosions
    Sleepy time bashful but nude
    Little wonder then, little wonder
    You little wonder, little wonder you

    Enter galactic see me to be you
    It's all in the tablets sneezy bhutan
    Little wonder then, little wonder
    You little wonder, little wonder you

    Mars happy nation sit on my karma
    Dame meditation take me away
    Little wonder then, little wonder
    You little wonder, little wonder you

    Sending me, so far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away

    Little wonder, little wonder you
    Little wonder, little wonder you

    Sending me, so far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away
    So far away, so far away

    Little wonder, little wonder you
    Little wonder, little wonder you

    You little wonder, little wonder you
    Little wonder then, little wonder
    You little wonder, little wonder you Writer/s: DAVID BOWIE, MARK PLATI, REEVES GABRELS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Paul from TeddingtonPersonally I think this is his best song of the 90s from his best LP of the 90s
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