Teenage musings show singer's early dreams
Lyrics written by Amy Winehouse during her teenage years have been found in a garbage bin in north London.
A series of diary excerpts from the singer’s personal musings from 2001 – include an entry entitled: “When I do a record deal…” listing her dreams such as “Buy flat in London, buy car, get gym membership, buy a gym membership to put in my flat,” and live “like the bombshell I really am”.
Other scribings include scrawled lyrics amid course work for an English Literature A-level, reports The Sun.
She wrote ‘Amy‘s Songs‘ on the front of a red notebook with penned lyrics such as, I’m digging myself into a hole/These days I’ll just work when once I had so much soul.
Winehouse is set to embark on a comeback tour in Brazil in January 2011.