Stronger Than Me (Intro)

Stronger Than Me is song #7 on Amy’s first album Frank.

Song Lyrics

You should be stronger than me
You been here 7 years longer than me
Don’t you know you supposed to be the man,
Not pal in comparison to who you think I am,

You always wanna talk it through – I don’t care!
I always have to comfort you when I’m there
But that’s what I need you to do – stroke my hair!
Cos’ I’ve forgotten all of young love’s joy,
Feel like a lady, but you my lady boy,

You should be stronger than me,
But instead you’re longer than frozen turkey,
Why’d you always put me in control?
All I need is for my man to live up to his role,
Always wanna talk it through – I’m ok,
Always have to comfort you every day,
But that’s what I need you to do – are you gay?

I’ve forgotten all of young love’s joy
Feel like a lady, but you my lady boy

He said ‘the respect I made you earn –
Thought you had so many lessons to learn’
I said ‘You don’t know what love is – get a grip!’ –
Sounds as if you’re reading from some other tired script

I’m not gonna meet your mother anytime
I just wanna rip your body over mine
So tell me why you think that’s a crime

I’ve forgotten all of young love’s joy
Feel like a lady, but you my lady boy

Watch Amy Winehouse perform Stronger Than Me on this Youtube music video…

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