A selection of Amy Winehouse’s teenage lyrics and a “to-do-list” has been found in a “stash of dumped school books,” Britain’s Sun reports:
They also include diary entries the Rehab singer made when 17 in 2001, the year before she landed a recording contract.
In one Amy, who has fought cocaine and booze addiction, urges herself to “live like the bombshell I really am”.
In another she tells of her lust for a fella named Felix and writes: “There’s too much sexual tension.”
Amy, now 27, scrawled lyrics amid course work for an English Literature A-level. She wrote “Amy’s Songs” on the front of a red notebook.
Lines include: “I’m digging myself into a hole/These days I’ll just work when once I had so much soul.”
Another verse starts: “Drain my drink & order more.” And a third - “Find someone with whom I can come undone” - predicted her future with junkie BLAKE FIELDER-CIVIL.
The books were found in rubbish on a North London street.
Amy’s to-do-list includes: buy a flat, buy a car, buy a sunbed, get a gym membership - all of which pales into insignificance when compared to what Amy eventually did do.