This is not your ordinary misogynist rant and rave
Or at least I hope it doesn't turn out that way
But I've had a lot on my mind, more often than not
And I wonder why, there ain't nothin better to say than

Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
You catch a glimpse of your self from the corner of your eye
And then it disappears
Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
I catch a glimpse of us from the corner of my eye
But it disappears

This might be considered by some to be a love song
Or at least I hope it might turn out that way
Not everyone's a part of the infrastructure, a poor excuse if I've ever heard one
Everybody wants to be on top these days

Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
You catch a glimpse of your self from the corner of your eye
And then it disappears
Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
I catch a glimpse of us from the corner of my eye
But it disappears
All I ever needed was someone I could bleed to
And let me tell you, I'm still bleeding today
All I ever wanted was someone else I could hold to
What's so damn hard, about being together these days

Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
You catch a glimpse of your self from the corner of your eye
And then it disappears
Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
I catch a glimpse of us from the corner of my eye
But it disappears

This is not your ordinary misogynist love song
Or at least I hope it might turn out that way
But I've had a lot on my mind, you know I love you a lot
And I wonder why, I've got nothin better to say than

Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
You catch a glimpse of your self from the corner of your eye
And then it disappears
Fuck you girl, fuck you girl,
I catch a glimpse of us from the corner of my eye
But it disappears


Lyrics submitted by Ken Braley

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