"Stoopid Boy" as written by and Kevin Patrick Tihista....
The only good impression that I ever made was on my pillow
So screaming like a banshee in the cold is nothing new to me
I knew there'd come a time when I'd find myself so weak for you
This is one of those times
This is one of those times
Now I'm covered in snow and my hands are raw from all the knocking
But I stay here all day because it makes feel close to you
People will stare at a fool in love, I'm like a car crash
And this is one of those times
This is one of those times
I don't want to be a baby, but this is what it's come down to
I don't want to be a baby, what's a stoopid boy suppose to do
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do, I ask you
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do?
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do?
The only good intention that I ever had flew out the window
So drinking like a fool for days on end sounds great to me
I knew there'd come a time when I find myself begging please, please, please
And this is one of those times
This is one of those times
I don't want to be a baby, but this is what it's come down to
I don't want to be a baby, what's a stoopid boy suppose to do
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do, I ask you
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do?
What's a stoopid boy suppose to do?


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"Stoopid Boy" as written by Kevin Patrick Tihista

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