Hey
Hey everyone, look who's talkin? now
(Hey)
You're everything we care about
Hey, look at you, you're what we wanna be
(Hey)
We should check you out

Hey, we know you're stupid
But it?s all your fault
(Hey)
?Cause who you hang with makes you who you are
No one?s gonna change that now, no

Hey everyone, look who's bogus now
(Hey)
That everything?s not workin? out
Hey, heinous inside is what you seem to be
Now you should check us out

Hey, we know you're stupid
But it?s all your fault
(Hey)
'Cause who you hang with makes you who you are
No one?s gonna change that now, no

I don't get it, it?s so pathetic
The way that you come off
We won't forget it the way we read it
Whoever you think you are, you're not, yeah

Hey, we know you're stupid
But it?s all your fault
?Cause who you hang with makes you who you are
We know you're stupid
But it?s all your fault
Hey, you really are

Hey, whoa
Hey, whoa
Hey, whoa
Hey, whoa
(We know you're stupid)
(But it?s all your fault)

Hey, whoa
(?Cause who you hang with makes you who you are)
Hey, whoa
(We know you're stupid)
(But it?s all your fault)

Hey
(Hey)
Hey
(Hey)
Hey
(Hey)
Hey, whoa



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