She wears bellbottoms
She says she likes the way that they feel
She wears Doc Martens
She says she likes the way that they feel

When we’re in my car
She turns the rearview mirror around so she can look at herself
Now she’s smearing on lipstick
Making a kissy face and straightening her bra strap
Puts her hand on my knee
And I almost crash you know
Run her nails on my leg
And I give her the gas now

My baby reads Vogue
My baby reads Cosmo and Vogue

She watches Sally
She likes to make fun of the guests
She watches Oprah
She likes to make fun of the guests

When I’m at her house, sometimes we sit on the couch
And we watch TV and I rub her back
And she likes to make popcorn, but she doesn’t use butter
Because there’s too much fat, y’know
And she’s got a cool dog
I’m gonna take him for walks, y’know
And she’s nice to my dad
He can’t remember her name though

My baby reads Vogue
My baby reads Cosmo and Vogue
And she goes...

My baby read Vogue
Cosmo and Vogue!
My baby reads Vogue
She used to read Sassy


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