Browsing through a magazine
Trying to fill my girlfriend need
I’m walking up and down the stairs
Hoping for blue eyes and blonde hair

And I just want to be found
And I just want to be found by you
I just want to be found
I just want to be found by you
But I am just a stupid fool yeah

Met a girl the other day
Thought everything was going OK
We’re at the park a real pretty scene
Then she said words that were just so obscene

And I just want to be found
And I just want to be found by you
I just want to be found
I just want to be found by you
You’ve played your games
I’m in for keeps
Now I’m the fool

Coz I’m the freak from the magazine
I called you, but you don’t want to be found, you don’t want to be found
I’m the freak from the magazine
I called you, but you don’t want to be found, you don’t want to be found
Coz I’m the freak from the magazine
I called you, but you don’t want to be found, you don’t want to be found
I’m the freak from the magazine
I called you, but you don’t want to be found, you don’t want to be found


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    i think this song is about trying to find a girlfriend but not being able to find a girl who you like completly

    middavon August 23, 2002   Link

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