Urge overkill you ll be a woman soon
Urge Overkill - Girl You'll Be a Woman Soonyou your watch persona 3 spring of birth
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Girl, you'll be a woman soon I love you so much, can't count all the ways I'd die for you girl, and all they can say is "He's not your kind" They never get tired of puttin' me down And I never know when I come around What I'm gonna find Don't let them make up your mind Don't you know Girl, you'll be a woman soon Please come take my hand Girl, you'll be a woman soon Soon you'll need a man I've been misunderstood for all of my life But what they're sayin', girl, just cuts like a knife "The boy's no good" Well, I finally found what I've been looking for But if they get the chance, they'll end it for sure Sure they would Baby, I've done all I could Now it's up to you Girl, you'll be a woman soon Please come take my hand Girl, you'll be a woman soon Soon you'll need a man Girl, you'll be a woman soon Please come take my hand Girl, you'll be a woman soon Soon, but soon you'll need a man.
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Few bands ever lusted after rock stardom quite as blatantly as Chicago's Urge Overkill. Although they draped their quest for stardom in a cloak of ironic detachment, it's quite clear the trio members expected that if they acted like stars, they would become stars. For a while, their stylish, retro-'70s outfits, matching medallions, and heavy Cheap Trick homages earned the group a popular following in alternative rock circles. The SuperSonic Storybook and the Stull EP were both underground hits in the early '90s, before alternative rock became big business. Once alternative rock entered the big leagues, it seemed likely that Urge Overkill, with their exceptionally accessible combination of arena rock, power pop, and underground punk, would follow Nirvana to the top of the charts, but mainstream America never quite understood their ironic outlook, embracing the group only after their cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" was used in a key scene in Pulp Fiction. Instead of breaking down the doors to stardom, the song proved to be a breaking point.
URGE OVERKILL - GIRL, YOU'LL BE A WOMAN SOON
The song enjoyed a second life when it appeared on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack , performed by rock band Urge Overkill.,