Big Crash

Album: Where's The Party? (1983)
Charted: 54
  • Well she's always been a good good girl
    But she's always lived in her own world
    Stealing makeup from her mommy's purse
    And her mother said it only got worse

    Well she ran with kids much older
    She did all the things they told her to do
    Doin' crazy things because they were in

    Now she's heading for the big crash
    She's running with the white trash
    The girl is moving too fast
    She's heading for the big crash
    The big crash, the big crash

    Well I wish she'd listen to me
    And I'd tell her 'bout the things that she doesn't see
    Tell her now before it gets too late
    That she's heading for the big crash

    Now she's heading for the big crash
    She's running with the white trash
    The girl is moving too fast
    She's heading for the big crash
    The big crash, the big crash

    She thinks that she's all grown up now
    She thinks that she's cool enough now
    When will she realize that they're cutting her down to size
    The big crash
    The girls moving too fast-heading for the big crash
    Goin' places where she shouldn't have been
    Doin' crazy things because they were in

    Now she's heading for the big crash
    She's running with the white trash
    The girl is moving too fast
    She's heading for the big crash
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  • Fred from New Orleans, LaGiant cell phone? You mean the Police radio?
  • Brent from Denair, CaLove the giant cell phone in the video. Go Money Man. As long as he was sober, what a concert!
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