Christine Irene

Album: Shut Up and Smoke (Promo EP) (1994)
  • Well I'm a little too ripe to be actin' like this
    Like some young guy barely got his first kiss
    From my first baby steps to my last cigarette
    Every single little thing was leading to this

    Christine Irene
    Pretty as a girl on a magazine
    Christine Irene
    My Christine Irene

    You've been around too long to react so coy
    Like I'm something that you'd best avoid
    Like a first date kiss from an anxious guy
    Knowing that he's got a little more in mind

    Christine Irene
    Pretty as a girl on a magazine
    Christine Irene
    My Christine Irene

    We can last `til dawn if the moon stays bright
    And hang our secret on its last light
    From a first date kiss that could not hide
    We both wanted something more tonight

    Christine Irene
    Pretty as a girl on a magazine
    Christine Irene
    My Christine Irene

    Christine Irene
    Prettiest girl as I've ever seen
    Christine Irene
    My Christine IreneWriter/s: JESSE M. VALENZUELA, ROBIN WILSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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