(Uh-huh, uh-huh)
Stupid girl
(Woo)
Stupid girls
Stupid girls

Maybe if I act like that
That guy will call me back
Porno paparazzi girls (yeah)
I don't wanna be a stupid girl (uh-huh)

Go to Fred Segal, you'll find them there
Laughing loud so all the little people stare
Looking for a daddy to pay for the champagne
(Droppin' names)

What happened to the dream of a girl president?
She's dancing in the video next to 50 Cent
They travel in packs of two or three
With their itsy-bitsy doggies and their teeny-weeny tees

Where, oh where, have the smart people gone?
Oh where, oh where could they be?
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)

Maybe if I act like that
That guy will call me back
Porno paparazzi girls (yeah)
I don't wanna be a stupid girl (uh-huh)

Maybe if I act like that
Flippin' my blond hair back (yeah)
Push up my bra like that
I don't wanna be a stupid girl

(Break it down now)

The disease is growing, it's epidemic
I'm scared that there ain't a cure
The world believes it, and I'm going crazy
I cannot take any more

I'm so glad that I'll never fit in
That will never be me
Outcasts and girls with ambition
That's what I wanna see (c'mon)

Disasters all around
(Disasters all around)
A world of despair
(A world of despair)
Your only concern
"Will it fuck up my hair?"

Maybe if I act like that
That guy will call me back
Porno paparazzi girls (yeah)
I don't wanna be a stupid girl (uh-huh)

Maybe if I act like that (uh-huh, uh-huh, do ya thing)
Flippin' my blond hair back (do ya thing)
Push up my bra like that
I don't wanna be a stupid girl (yeah, yeah, uh)

(Do ya thing, do ya thing, do ya thing, do ya thing, do ya, huh)
(I like this, like this, like this)

Pretty "will-you-fuck-me" girl
Silly "I'm-so-lucky" girl
"Pull-my-hair-I'll-suck-it" girl
Stupid girl

Pretty "will-you-fuck-me" girl
Silly "I'm-so-lucky" girl
"Pull-my-hair-I'll-suck-it" girl
Stupid girl

(Maybe if I act)
Maybe if I act like that
Flipping my blond hair back
(Maybe if I act)
Push up my bra like that
Stupid girl
(Girl, girl, girl)

Maybe if I act like that
That guy will call me back
Porno paparazzi girls (yeah)
I don't wanna be a stupid girl (uh-huh)

(Stupid girl)

Maybe if I act like that
(Maybe if I act like that)
Flippin' my blond hair back
(Flipping my blond hair back)
Push up my bra like that
(Push up my bra like that)
I don't wanna be a stupid girl
(Stupid girl)

Maybe if I act like that
(Stupid girl)
Flipping my blond hair back
(Stupid girl)
Push up my bra like that
(Stupid girl)
Stupid girl

Stupid girl
(Stupid girl)

Stupid girl
(Stupid girl)

Stupid girl
(Stupid girl)


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Stupid Girls Lyrics as written by Billy Mann Alecia Moore

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  • +4
    General Comment

    Nameless123, Pink isn't a hipocrite for this song when did the Lady Marmalade video. She was playing a role. The other three weren't. She's nothing like those other girls in that video, she actually has some self respect.

    Anyways. This song is great. A coworker told me to listen to it, and I just got around to it now. The chorus is a bit annoying, but aside from that, I loved it. Outcasts and girls with ambition That's what I wanna see So true. There needs to be more girls in the music industry that aren't little pop tarts, and there needs to be better female role models for the younger generation.

    rangelon February 02, 2006   Link
  • +4
    General Comment

    What does this song mean? Self explanatory. Don't conform to this generation's stupidity. Cheers Pink.

    krispychic69on February 12, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    I'll start off by saying that I appreciate the message that Pink tries to give in this song: aspire to be something more.

    With that said, I am not impressed with this song for several reasons:

    1) The chorus is annoying.

    2) If Pink wanted to send out a positive message, it probably would have been more effective to do it in a way so that she doesn't have to trash other celebrities whom she has never met or known personally. Otherwise, she just comes off as a hater. Or another Avril Lavigne.

    3) This songs lacks originality. To me, it's the same old tired, cliched "don't-conform-to-society" tune. Hasn't this been done before?

    mysteryjadeon February 13, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    I always find this ironic when I watch the video on MuchMusic, Pink singing about "stupid" girls, when in fact she would fall into that category herself, she just dosen't know it yet.

    Hilarious.

    Callsignon October 31, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I'm sorry kaneda, but I have to SOOOOOO disagree with you on that last comment. I mean, sure, when P!nk first started out, she had to fit in with everyone else at the time, but then she dropped LAface records and started doing her own thing, which took some guts. Now, she has grown up a lot and is just saying things that everyone else is afraid to, and I really respect her for that. She is just so real and easy to relate to. I love P!nk and I'm her biggest fan!

    XxKellxxBellxXon February 02, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I think this song has such a strong message... The video is definately something special. All things aside i reckon Pink has such a good point. Women have fighted for years for equality with men and for the opportunity to 'be the president' etc.. and when so many girls out there don't make the most of their opportunities and 'prefer' to spend time fiddling with their hair and the less important stuff, Pink is just trying to say how pathetic and indeed 'stupid' they really are.

    dolphins280on March 10, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    GO PINK!

    DIE HIPSTER sCUM!

    TwistedEleganceon March 15, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    "IT IS NOT TRUE THAT SHE WUZ TALKIN BOUT MY HOME GIRLS THE OLSEN TWINS SHE SAID IT HERSELF PUBLICALLY THAT SHE HAS NOTHIN' BUT LOVE FOR THEM" When the hell was that? Last I heard she was making fun of them for being anorexic =P This song does have a good message. and the video is funny. I don't really listen to Pink though. I'm more of a metal and visual kei fan. And yeah, not all people who 'typ lik dis' are morons or sluts o_O

    Floating_Candleson March 18, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    when this song came out i literally threw away all my barbies and bratz dolls and got into sports and band!! this song shows how insicure girls can be some preps i know can't go a day without thier cell phones and makeup which is fxxxxxx stupid!! p!nk you are my rebel hero!

    bethluvsmusicon April 15, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    wow...no ones said anything about this yet....well I guess I'll be the first. I think the songs funny and the video. She's obviously making fun of Paris, Lindsay, Jessica and other stupid celebreties that we all hate and want to burn cause they try to hard to be sexy and funny. When really they come out looking lame. I don't really like Pink...actually I like Metallica but I saw the video and....BURN! If you see the video, you'll know what I mean. Anyways I just want to finish and say......Pink is talking down to these celebrities for being dumb and sexy but does anyone remember her in the whole Moulin Rouge thing with Christina Aguilera and everyone.....she kinda looks like a hypocrite

    Nameless123on February 01, 2006   Link

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