Just a Little Girl
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|"Just a Little Girl"|
|Single by Amy Studt|
|from the album False Smiles|
|Released||1 July 2002|
|Genre||Pop, pop rock|
|Writer(s)||Amy Studt, Yak Bondy|
|Amy Studt singles chronology|
"Just a Little Girl" is the debut single from English singer/songwriter Amy Studt. Released on 1 July 2002, the single reached a peak of #14 in the UK Singles Chart. It is taken from Amy's debut album, False Smiles, which was released a year later. The song was used in promotion for the last season of Buffy: The Vampire Slayer. It is included on Now 52 in the UK. The melody in the verses bears a strong resemblance to that in the Emilia song Big Big World.
- "Just a Little Girl"
- "Going out of My Mind" (later appears on False Smiles)
- "Kick Me"
- "Just a Little Girl" (video)
The music video was directed by Sophie Muller, and shows Studt in an old house with crucifixes on the wall playing a piano while silhouettes of people are dancing on the dancefloor. She then gets up and dances herself when the first chorus kicks in. Then Studt is shown at a beach with a man and she is playing with him. He then looks away and she pushes him over. Then she appears to be in a glass coffin like that of Snow White, and she falls down into the arms of another Amy, who throws her away and dances until the end of the song.
The song debuted at number fourteen on 7 July 2002 and stayed on the top seventy-five for six weeks.
|UK Singles Chart||14|