You're J.E.A.L.O.U.S
Because I've got bigger breast
I know you're envious of me
It's useless to pretend
That you want to be my friend
You can't control your jealousy

[Bridge: x2]
Unhappy with yourself
Go pick on someone else
"Miss Insecurity" You have no reason to hate me
I'm not your enemy
I'm not your enemy

Why do girls analyze Evaluate and criticize
Other girls that they don't know
Spreading rumors, spreading lies,
Talking shit when I walk by
You're always stepping on my toes

[Chorus]
Jealous of me
Please don't be jealous of me
Please don't be jealous of me
Please don't be jealous of me

[Bridge]

[Chorus]


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Envy Me Lyrics as written by John T. Tran

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    I guess not a lot of girls listen to Homegrown or at least this cd. I wonder how the homegrown guys seem to know what its like to be girl or at least all the drama and bull shit that goes with it. They've gotten it down to a T. I hope someone else comments on this song so I'm not the only one.

    hEybRiGhtEyEson August 12, 2002   Link
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    wow! this song is soo true, just like a lot of other homegrown songs!!They kick ass!I can't wait to see them at Warped Tour...tomorrow!!!!!

    AudiTheNaughtyon August 13, 2002   Link

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