Don't create
Don't rebel
Have intuition
Can't decide

Typical girls get upset to quickly
Typical girls can't control themselves
Typical girls are so confusing
Typical girls - you can always tell
Typical girls don't think too clearly
Typical girls are unpredictable (predictable)

Typical girls try to be
Typical girls very well

Typical girls are looking for something
Typical girls fall under spells
Typical girls buy magazines
Typical girls feel like hell
Typical girls worry about spots, fat, and natural smells
Sniky fake smells

Typical girls try to be
Typical girls very well

Don't create
Don't rebel
Have intution
Don't drive well

Typical girls try to be
Typical girls very well

Can't decide what clothes to wear
Typical girls are sensitive
Typical girls are emotional
Typical girls are cruel and bewitching
She's a femme fatale
Typical girls stand by their man
Typical girls are really swell
Typical girls learn how to act shocked
Typical girls don't rebel

Who invented the typical girl?
Who's bringing out the new improved model?
And there's another marketing ploy
Typical girl gets the typical boy

The typical boy gets the typical girl
The typical girl gets the typical boy

Are emotional

Lyrics submitted by rahtwinkle

Typical Girls Lyrics as written by Paloma Romero Mc Lardy Ariane Forster

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  • +1
    General Comment

    People seem to interperet this song a lot more feministically (if it wasn't a word before I just made it one) than I did.

    Morbadumon July 12, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Who invented the typical girl? Who's bringing out the new improved one? And there's another marketing ploy Typical girl gets the typical boy

    i think this phrase sums it up pretty much.. the rest is just a description of what girls are suppose to represent and be..

    marketing ploys, society rules, culture gender definitions.. whichever way you look at it, they place women/girls in a catagory that only allows certain reactions and behaviors from them..

    ...but the best line would have to be 'typical girls fell like hell'.. trying to conform to what they're suppose to be they end up losing themselves and feeling shitty about it

    i love this song

    xpsychicheartsxon March 05, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Some stuff has changed. I think the riot grrrl revolution did quite a bit. shrug Anyway, I love this song. The meaning is pretty obvious. Oh, and here:

    YoungxForxEternityon February 19, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General Comment

    I like this song. The music is catchy and upbeat and it has a clear message that criticizes gender roles. Sadly, things aren't much different 25 years later.

    StephNJon December 14, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General Comment

    btw, like StephNJ, it is sad that 25 years later not much has changed.. once again.. 'who is bringin out the new improved one?'.. i think it's about time us girls stand up and make our own version of what our own typical girl is.. not just new and improve but original too


    xpsychicheartsxon March 05, 2005   Link
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    this song is still so corect to our society we live in today. its sad really to see nothing has changed.

    JadoreLaBelleon April 12, 2009   Link

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