"Popularity" as written by Ronald D Mael and Russell Craig Mael....
I like you and you like me a lot
And we do those things that can make us feel hot
Then we join some friends, all of them are all right
and we talk a while, then we climb in our cars
What a night, we all drive into town
Where we'll park our caars, and meet the rest of our friends
At a place that's called, I forget what it's called
But it's really great, and all of our friends will be there

I like you and you like me a lot
And it's nice to be all alone with you too
But it's also nice being out with our friends
'Cause they're all right, maybe that's why we're friends

I feel great, but it's getting real late
So I'll drive you home and you'll slide up real close
I'm so glad we met, and I like you so much
And I'm also glad that I got all those friends


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"Popularity" as written by Russell Craig Mael Ronald D Mael

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    General CommentAnd this song is nothing short of brilliant. Sparks has taken the shallowness of popularity and turned it into an awesome song.

    Read the lyrics...it's told from the perspective of popular person. This person is with someone they like (a lot and they are getting hot) but......they find it far more enjoyable to meet up with some friends. The popular person in the song keeps bringing up "friends" and how great it is to be with them and that appears to be his or her whole life...which usually true of a popular person...It's hilarious!
    SupernaturalPerhapson October 04, 2011   Link

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