The line, "She's getting tired of her high class toys" is from verse 2 of "Uptown Girl", a song written and performed by American musician Billy Joel (b. May 1949 in New York, NY). The lyrics describe a working-class "downtown man" attempting to woo a wealthy "Uptown Girl". The song was released in September 1983, on Joel's ninth studio album "An Innocent Man"). Billy Joel has noted that the song was inspired by Frankie Valli’s “Rag Doll” (1964).

In an interview with New York City radio host, Howard Stern, Joel said: "The song when it was written was about my then girlfriend, model Elle Macpherson." Later, it turns out that Christie Brinkley, the person who becomes Joel's wife, is the one who appears in the song’s music video.

"Uptown Girl" was an international success, reaching the top 20 in eight countries including a No.3 peak in the US, and No.1 in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In the UK, it stayed at the top for 5 weeks, was the second biggest selling single of the year. It sold over a million copies. Later, it was ranked the 19th biggest selling single of the 1980s in the UK. In 1988,'Rolling Stone Magazine' ranked “Uptown Girl” No. 99 on their list of the 100 most important singles of the period 1963-1988.

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