ABS | Miss Perfect

LYRICS:

Oh my you was looking so down
When I first met you
I bet you didn't think it would get to
A situation where I'd let you
Just go so lady let me know
Why you're acting cold
Thinking about words
That you told me when you phone me
She was sayin'

No, no, no, I'm movin' into something new
Saying woah boy slow
I've got a hundred other things to do
Before I go just tell me

Little miss perfect was she worth it
A dangerous game she had to play
She could have deserted but she flirted
Now little miss perfect's gone away

Oh no, gonna do it again
Gonna find myself right back up
Where I started, lady
Baby girl it ain't hard to tell
That you wanna get your flirt on
'Cos you've got your boots and your skirt on
When you're looking like that
I think I want you back

No, no, no, don't even try and step to me
Saying, woah boy slow
Can't stop this curiosity
Before I go just tell me

Little miss perfect was she worth it
A dangerous game she had to play
She could have deserted but she flirted
Now little miss perfect's gone away

Saying what you forgot baby stop
You were out at 10 o'clock
On the rocks getting hot
Is that where you're at, got the nack
She's just falling for your chat, dirty rat
Now you're back

No, no, no, I'm movin' into something new
Saying, woah boy slow
I've got a hundred other things to do
Before I go just tell me

Little miss perfect was she worth it
A dangerous game she had to play
She could have deserted but she flirted
Now little miss perfect's gone away

INFORMATION:
x appears on:
Abs - Abstract Theory (2003)
Abs - Miss Perfect (2003) CD-S

x Written by A. Breen, Miranda Cooper, Jody Lei, Nick Coler, Tim Powell, Brian Higgins.
Produced by Brian Higgins / Xenomania.
Co-produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mixed by Tom Elmhirst for This Much Talent.
Published by Warner Chappell / Xenomania / Independiente / Sony / ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ltd.

x "Miss Perfect" was Abs' third UK single. It peaked at #5 in the UK singles chart.

REVIEWS:
x After his two previous releases failed to set the UK charts alight, Abs has returned with a new single, a new sound, and a new singing partner in the shape of Nodesha. The track has a strange sound, crossing between rough pop and R&B, which works very well. It's a fast moving track, with Abs crossing from singing to MCing, and he does it very well. Twixy

x (...) probably his best solo offering to date, and it's got a rather bemusing Radio 1 C-Listing to prove it. Nodesha adds little to the track, save for a bit of credibility, but Abs has come up with an OK pop/R&B song here. matthew_dixon

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