Thank Heaven for Little Girls is an album by Dwarves released via Sub Pop in 1991. Lyricism of Thank Heaven for Little Girls ranges from the macabre deaths of young ladies of the night in "Blag the Ripper" (inspired by the historical Jack the Ripper), to befriending Satan in "Satan," and to general selfishness in "Anybody But M. The song title of "Dairy Queen" is inspired by being stranded at a local Dairy Queen restaurant in Missouri.
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Band Name The Dwarves. Album Name Thank Heaven for Little Girl. Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Labels Sub Pop Records. Musik GenrePunk-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 4. Blood Brothers Revenge.
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Thank Heaven for Little Girls is an album by Dwarves released via Sub Pop in February 1992. This album never charted.