I'm the kind of guy a girl takes home to mom
With pleated khaki pants, cologne that's the bomb
(Sure smell perty)
Shake her dads hand
Look him in the eye
And tell him straight up
I'm just a regular guy (I'll have her home by 9 sir)

I'm a regular guy
Who stays out of trouble
A regular guy
Says ma'am on the double (let me get that for you ma'am)
I'm a regular guy
Just like Dawson's Creek
A regular guy
Just don't call me a geek, a geek yeah

But sometimes I remember what got me here
It was fighting and cussing
(Back off I'm in a boy band)
And showing no fear

OK, alright calm down, OK

I watch Jay Leno (he's funny) 7th Heaven too
And I ask myself sometimes "what would Jesus do?"
(Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change)
I'm buds with my mom
And I hang out with my dad (he's my buddy)
I play everything safe, so I'll never be sad (boo hoo)

I'm a regular guy
Who stays out of trouble (let me get that for you ma'am)
A regular guy
Says ma'am on the double (I'm on it)
I'm a regular guy
Just like Dawson's Creek
A regular guy
Just don't call me a geek, a geek yeah

Don't push me
Damn it sometimes I wanna (stop pushing me!)
Smash things up (what are you looking at?)
Jacked up and wrapped up (I'm in a boy band! A boy band)
And have to pee in a cup

I'm a regular guy (that's me)
Who stays out of trouble (I don't want any trouble)
A regular guy says ma'am on the double
I'm a regular guy (I know the answer sir)
Just like Dawson's Creek
A regular guy
Just don't call me a geek, a geek, a regular guy


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Regular Guy Lyrics as written by Mark Gunn Alex Solowitz

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    General CommentI believe its:
    It was fighting and cussing

    not friday.

    By the way, such a shame that no one has commented this song. It's perfectly hilarious.
    mbosson October 05, 2009   Link

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