Just a Little Girl

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"Just a Little Girl"
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Single by Amy Studt
from the album False Smiles
Released 1 July 2002
Format CD single
Digital download
Compact cassette
Genre Pop, pop rock
Length 3:41
Label Polydor
Writer(s) Amy Studt, Yak Bondy
Amy Studt singles chronology
"Just a Little Girl"
(2002)
"Misfit"
(2003)

"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.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Just a Little Girl"
  2. "Going out of My Mind" (later appears on False Smiles)
  3. "Kick Me"
  4. "Just a Little Girl" (video)

Music video[edit]

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.

Charts[edit]

The song debuted at number fourteen on 7 July 2002 and stayed on the top seventy-five for six weeks.

Chart (2002) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 14

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