"Girls! Girls! Girls!" as written by and Phair....
You been around enough to know
That if I wanna leave you better let me go
Because I take full advantage
Of every man I meet
I get away almost every day
With what the girls call
What the girls call
What the girls call
The girls call murder

You been around enough to see
That if you think you're it
You better check with me
Because I take full advantage
Of every man I meet
I get away almost every day
With what the girls call
What the girls call
What the girls call,
The girls call murder


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"Girls, Girls, Girls" as written by Liz Phair

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    General CommentI always saw it as a femme fatale's confessional song. Not apologetic, just a declaration of her wicked self.
    The Bishopon June 14, 2008   Link
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    General Commentman eater.
    omigoshbritton March 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commenta great feminist song! telling all the men that she's in control, despite what they think.
    aemitton July 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI don't think she's necessarily an emotionally abusive g/f. She may merely be a player...someone who doesn't invest herself in any relationship other than sexually. If everyone who has done that is to be considered 'abusive,' than we have a country filled with batterers. (I believe one has to be emotionally invested in order to be an abusive g/f.) In the song she takes advantage of men (perhaps their kindness; trust; money; time; etc), so I suppose it's a type of abuse, but she has not invested much time emotionally.
    HairyPalmJoeon November 24, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt's interesting that the title of the song is Girls! Girls! Girls! (not say, Men! Men! Men!) - it's almost as if while she is "taking advantage" of men she's doing it so that other women will notice.
    stormvilleon January 19, 2013   Link

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