It's me again yes, how did you guess
'Cause last time you were really impressed
And I'm bolder c-c-cold, getting colder
And at the very same time I heat up at a party
And sold her but not with solar power
For far too long made mistakes and allowed
A fat and ugly thing get in my way
Now I'm suitable and I'm say
I'm no in-between top of the rank
Like Pearl and Dean and if you can't take the heat
Get out of the kitchen
Ain't got no time for your boo boo Betty

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Hoodlum
That what you you called me rebellious
You can't ignore me but nevermind 'cause I know that I'm sweeter
Your time is up so put more money in your meter
You say I bully though I know I'm no goody goody
But what I do know is that I'm fully in control

You're on a roll fat as a roly poly
And on the whole you think that I'm a threat

'Cause I'm the best that you could ever get
I never made the teacher's pet and ease yourself
I know you despise me you criticize
And override me but I'm better and a whole lot cleverer

A go getter, you know a trend setter
I'm all the rage and all the craze
Come on, change the record gotta turn the page

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

I'm sorry if I upset ya to get the better of me
I wouldn't let ya any time of the day
I could get ya you come running to me
Yes, I bet ya ain't going out like a sucka
There's no need to huff and puffa
'Cause, baby, I am tougher
Than you think so you just gotta suffer

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

You might play bold but Betty Boo is bolder
Cold getting dumb cold getting colder
Spend half the time looking over your shoulder
There ain't another MC who could be the queen

You have never been considered as anyone hype
So tonight I'm gonna take time out
To wipe that smile off your face you're a side effect
Like an aftertaste so, face the facts I do the job well
And, hell, why not I got a lot, so tell me
What you're saying I'm not playing
Somebody's gotta go and I'm staying
Jack, get back, exact you got me right
Get up, get with it or get out of my sight
Because I'm hot and sizzly put you in the mood
Someone like you puts me off my food

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do

Betty Boo
Betty Boo just doin' the do
And you are through
And there's nothing you can do


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Doin' the Do Lyrics as written by Ben Yardley Alison Clarkson

Lyrics © Spirit Music Group

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    General Comment

    delete this lyric now...as if it is the full song... but golly i like my oldies

    Mattstaron June 11, 2002   Link
  • 0
    Song Fact

    So glad this charlatan was exposed for the talentless piece of lint she was on the fabric of popular culture

    She disappeared to never be remembered but for the incessant repetition of the Internet-Grind

    exobscuraon October 21, 2019   Link
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    General Comment

    Heard this recently for the first time in ages, and, well, a reminder that watered-down pop-rap matches the worst of the real stuff when it comes to the silly-strut, boasting about nothing much, as here. Also, in my day "doing the do" meant shitting, taking a dump.

    Mudcrutchon November 29, 2022   Link
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    My Interpretation

    Song is pretty self explanatory, in my opinion, about a girl who just dumped her boyfriend after finding out he was cheating, she’s mad at him, but she doesn’t really care, she’s just doing her own thing

    who1119695on December 19, 2022   Link

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