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Bettie Serveert are a Dutch indie rock band. Their name translates to "Bettie Serves", or "Service to Bettie", which is the title of a book written by Dutch tennis player Betty Stöve, who made it to the Wimbledon ladies singles final in 1977. more »


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1997
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From where I stand, i can see 
They've got the upper hand of me 
Reminds me of this world at last 
Simply changes much too fast for me 

And when they call out, will I hear them 
And when they fall out, will I see them 
This yellow light, on the crowd 
And colours way to loud to see 
Reveal their drive, we could change it 
Try to rearrange it 

They call me a tom boy and I let them 
Cause only a tom boy could forget them 
And simply change it 
They call me a tom boy and I love it 
Cause only a tom boy could stand above it 
By simply changing

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Written by: JEAN BAPTISTE MARIE DE LAUBIER, JEROME ARTHUR ECHENOZ

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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