In one ear and out the other
Told myself this girl is trouble, yeah
Everyone that looks at her
Is tragically dumb-struck in love

PRECHORUS:
Wait a minute...
The chick's got me addicted
I hate her so even though I wish she was my girl

Chorus:
I hate every bone in your body but mine
I can't wait till I can hate you tonight

Never thought I'd understand
But she's too good just for one man, yeah
Round and round and round she goes;
Who she's with don't wanna know

PRECHORUS, chorus 2x's

In one ear and out the other
told myself this girl is trouble
Round and round and round she goes
and who she's with don't wanna know
yeah, yeah, yeah

PRECHORUS, chorus 2x's


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    General CommentIts a vulgar song about a guy who is hopped up on somethin'
    Smurfno9on March 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentsorry smurf, but you are wrong. it is spelled out for you in the lyrics. he knows she screws other guys, but he doesn't care. he hates her, but can't stop screwing her. it's about sex. on another note, does anyone notice how cc sounds like weird al while singing this?
    fastfingerzon June 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHey yeah, I thought the same thing about the song and him fastfingerz. Did C.C. right/come up with this song while he was in his other band, because Bret Michaels I didn't think was in the song, but I could always be wrong.
    metalfan4everon July 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awesome...the first time I heard it was in 2006 when I saw Poison live...I instantly loved the song. Its such a catchy song. I have been in romances where I thought I was with the "one"..but I would find out that they were cheating and being untrue...so I would leave them...and I would be miserable, but then I would tell myself...I deserve much better.
    CKF929on April 08, 2013   Link

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