Unhappy Girl

Album: Strange Days (1967)
  • Unhappy girl
    Left all alone
    Playing solitaire
    Playing warden to your soul
    You are locked in a prison
    Of your own device
    And you can't believe
    What it does to me
    To see you
    Unhappy girl
    Tear your web away
    Saw through all your bars
    Melt your cell today
    You are caught in a prison
    Of your own device

    Unhappy girl
    Fly fast away
    Don't miss your chance
    To swim in mystery
    You are dying in a prison
    Of your own device Writer/s: John Densmore, Robby Krieger, James Morrison, Ray Manzarek
    Publisher: Doors Music Company
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Comments: 4

  • Only1out10livestr8 from In Your Uterus..., United StatesListen Tony Bennett's "Solitaire" and "My Funny Valentine" by Frank Sinatra...mix it up and you got this song.
  • Douglas from Melbourne, FlThis is Pamela Coursons attitude toward Jim, being Jim. She couldnt handle the stardom, that I believe he was getting into.
  • Stefanie from Rock Hill, ScHow are those three songs, mentioned in the songfacts connected. I've never heard this one, but i've heard the other two before.
  • Tim from Philadelphia, PaEveryone knows a girl like this that is miserable and won't let anyone in.
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