I'm sick of playing all your stupid little games
You're 17 and blonde and screwed up in the brain
Conceited, immature, confused, and naive
You're pretty pretty dumb, and caught up in the scene

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And I wasted all my time
Waiting up for you
To make up your mind

Chorus 2X:
I am sick of stupid girls
I am sick of stupid girls
I am sick of stupid girls

Stop acting like you're sad, I hate to hear you cry
You're like an episode of "Days of our Lives'
If you don't get your way, you'll whine and complain Superficialistic, please go away!

Prechorus

Chorus 2X

You're not innocent to me
You're too uppity for me
You're just a stupid girl to me
To me

Chorus 2X

Stupid girls, girls, girls, girls...


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    I am sick of stupid girls.

    Lazybumon April 19, 2002   Link
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    So am I, expicaly those imature ones who just love to dick with your emotions. and act like they care when they dont, you know who your are so F**k you (sorry im in a bad mood)

    forget the starson May 02, 2002   Link
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    I am too sick of stupid girls And I agree with you forget_the_stars, before all girls did was complain that what we did was wrong, when they fu*k with our emotions now, and think it's no big deal. This is a great song with the best lyrics to how I felt about this girl in middle school and beginning of high school. But now I feel better cause I have a song to listen to, hoping she is hearing it, and knowing how much of a bitch she was. But not all girls are like this...there are the good ones, that still won't like you back...but what are you gonna do? That's emo.

    littlelostemoboyon May 07, 2002   Link
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    I am too sick of stupid girls And I agree with you forget_the_stars, before all girls did was complain that what we did was wrong, when they fu*k with our emotions now, and think it's no big deal. This is a great song with the best lyrics to how I felt about this girl in middle school and beginning of high school. But now I feel better cause I have a song to listen to, hoping she is hearing it, and knowing how much of a bitch she was. But not all girls are like this...there are the good ones, that still won't like you back...but what are you gonna do? That's emo.

    littlelostemoboyon May 07, 2002   Link
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    dude your dumb... emo isnt about crying over stupid little stuff, its a way over used word... but no this defnitly isnt what emo is....

    forget the starson June 07, 2002   Link
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    i hate stupid girls too and i am a girl!

    goldensurfer24on June 11, 2002   Link
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    l love stupid girls, they are so sweet

    MxPxGuyon July 24, 2002   Link
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    amen 2 that! lol

    fiNcHiCkon July 26, 2002   Link
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    LoL i totally understand what you 2 are talking about . This is definitely my song to all the girls i have gone to school with.

    hEybRiGhtEyEson August 12, 2002   Link
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    everybody's been a stupid girl at some point though, so it's gotta be unintentional.....

    feelgoodon August 20, 2002   Link

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