(SPOKEN Anneliese) I'm savoring my first and last taste of freedom Befor gettign married next week to a total stranger... (SPOKEN Erica) At least you're not an indentured Servant (SPOKEN Anneliese) Indentured servant? Erica If I'd like to have my breakfast hot Madame Carpe will make me pay, And I have to fetch the eggs myself And the barn's a mile away. It's cold and wet But still I get an omelet on my plate, But in my head I'm back in bed Snuggled up and sleeping late. (SPOKEN Anneliese) Really? (SPOKEN Erica) Really, but it's alright I mean I'm Used to it And you? (SPOKEN Anneliese) Well... (SPOKEN Erica) Well? Anneliese If I want some eggs I ring the bell And the maid comes running in, And she serves them on a silver tray And she brings the cookie tin. And while I eat she rubs my feet And strolling minstrels play, But I'd rather be in my library Reading science books all day. Erica I'm just like you You are? You're just like me There's somewhere else we'd rather be Somewhere that's ours Somewhere that dreams come true Yes I am a girl like you. You'd never think that it was so But now I've met you and I know, It's plain as day Sure as the sky is blue I am a girl like you. First I choose a fabric from the rack And I pin the pattern down, And I stitch it in the front and back And it turns into a gown! Anneliese I wear my gown Without my crown And dance around my room And imagine life without the strife Of an unfamiliar groom. I'm just like you (I think that's true) You're just like me (Yes I can see) Both We take responsibility We carry through (We carry through) Do what we need to go. Yes I am a girl like you. I'm just like you (I'm just like you) You're just like me (You're just like me) It's something anyone can see A heart that beats A voice that speaks the truth Yes I am a girl like you.