Big Girls Don’t Cry is a pop song written by Stacy Ferguson and Toby Gad for Fergie’s debut solo album The Dutchess, and released as the album’s fourth single in 2007. In July 2007, Fergie performed the song at the Concert for Diana and Live Earth. Her song is awesome, sweet and warm. This is the best song she has ever done and let’s enjoy her amazing voice.

Fergie – Big Girls Don’t Cry (Personal): Regular Version, Closed Captioned
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Big Girls Don’t Cry Lyrics
Da Da Da Da
The smell of your skin lingers on me now
You’re probably on your flight back to your home town
I need some shelter of my own protection baby
To be with myself and center, clarity
Peace, Serenity

I hope you know, I hope you know
That this has nothing to do with you
It’s personal, myself and I
We’ve got some straightenin’ out to do
And I’m gonna miss you like a child misses their blanket
But I’ve got to get a move on with my life
It’s time to be a big girl now
And big girls don’t cry
Don’t cry
Don’t cry
Don’t cry

The path that I’m walking
I must go alone
I must take the baby steps ’til I’m full grown, full grown
Fairytales don’t always have a happy ending, do they?
And I foresee the dark ahead if I stay


Like the little school mate in the school yard
We’ll play jacks and uno cards
I’ll be your best friend and you’ll be mine Valentine
Yes you can hold my hand if you want to
‘Cause I want to hold yours too
We’ll be playmates and lovers and share our secret worlds
But it’s time for me to go home
It’s getting late, dark outside