"The Retail Girl" as written by and Butch Walker....
Walk through the Highlands with a pitbull terrier
Inhaling coffee with a 40 dollar pedicure
Outside I swear I smell a crazy couture line of clothes
With all these mirrors God I feel so vain I have to pose
The smell, Chanel, it touched my nose and then I hit the floor
She said I only got this jacket in a 44
I can't afford to buy it anyway but that's okay
Just let me know your schedule, I'll check back here everyday
(And I'm)
For the girl behind the counter, and I'm the guy behind the guy
I'm the king of all composure before the retail girl, the retail girl passes by
She saw me with another girl the other day
I saw her with another girl, but that's okay
It's all crazy like that
And when she passes by she makes me feel so all alone
She makes me cry 'cause she doesn't work the days I'm home
She makes me buy the things that don't even fit me
She makes me wonder why I never wear enough cologne

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"The Retail Girl" as written by Butch Walker

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