"Throw Me A Curve" as written by and J. Wiedlin C. Caffey....
Wishing there was less of you?
Are you really sure
How much less is more
Girls are shapely by design
Exactly what you've got
Is so easy to adore

Clothes hanger lollipop
Magazine photo op
But I'd rather be a pin-up girl
Than zero size

Throw me a curve not a straight narrow line
Throw me a curve and I'll show you mine
Get the message it's divine
Throw me a curve it looks so fine

Microthin is way too in
I'm not so sure
I'd rather just be me
Seems everybody in the world
Thinks that x-ray girls
Are the only way to be

Clothes hanger lollipop
Magazine photo op
But I'd rather be a pin-up girl
Than zero size
Throw me a curve not a straight narrow line
Throw me a curve and I'll show you mine
Get the message it's divine
Throw me a curve it looks so fine


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"Throw Me a Curve" as written by C. Caffey B. Carlisle

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  • +1
    General Commentspeaks for it's self really. Basically their opinion on today's controversy on the size 0 for women. I agree with them on this one.

    great song x x x
    Faerytotheworldon May 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's been said that this song was about Belinda posing for a men's magazine. Belinda's said that she did Playboy to show that you don't have to be young, blonde, and a size zero to be sexy. It showed! This song promotes a healthier example than what is usually projected for young women.
    drownnsodaon July 28, 2013   Link

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