"Stupid Boy" as written by Sarah Buxton, Dave Berg and Deanna Bryant....
She was precious, like a flower,
Yeah, she grew wild, wild but innocent.
Perfect prayer in a desperate hour,
She was everything beautiful an' different.
Stupid boy, you can't fence that in.
Stupid boy, it's like holding back the wind.

She laid her heart an' soul right in your hands,
An' you stole her every dream an' crushed her plans.
She never even knew she had a choice.
That's what happens when the only voice,
She hears is tellin' her she can't,
Stupid boy, you stupid boy.

So what made you think you could take her life,
An' just push it, push it around?
I guess you built yourself up so high,
You had to take her an' break her down.

She laid her heart an' soul right in your hands,
An' you stole her every dream an' crushed her plans.
She never even knew she had a choice.
That's what happens when the only voice,
She hears is tellin her she can't,
Stupid boy.

Ah, you always had to be right,
An' now you lost the only thing,
That ever made you feel alive.

(Who, yeah.)
(Na, na, whoa.)

She laid her heart an' soul right in your hands,
An' you stole her every dream an' you crushed her plans.
She never even knew that she had a choice.
That's what happens when the only voice,
She hears is tellin' her she can't,
Stupid boy.

Ah, it's the same old, same old stupid boy.
Mm hm.
It took her a while to work it out she could run,
But once she did, she was long gone, long gone.
Yeah.

Stupid boy, yeah.
You're just a stupid boy.
You never get it right, do you?


Lyrics submitted by CanonJoe

"Stupid Boy" as written by Sarah Buxton David Allen Berg

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, Spirit Music Group

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