I Hate Boys

Album: Bionic (2010)
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  • No-no-no-no, I'm not bitter, I'm not mad.
    Well, maybe just a little, just a tad.
    I know every apple here ain't bad,
    But I found a worm in every single one I had.
    (Boys) they're only good for fruit, I mean bananas.
    (Boys) them boys are nuts, they're drivin' me bananas
    Oh boys, we should pack them up and ship 'em out.
    Bo-bo-bo-boys bo-boys
    Bo-bo-bo-boys bo-boys
    I hate 'em.

    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    I think they suck and my friends agree.
    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    Eh yeah, eh yeah, eh yeah,
    I. hate. boys.

    If you hate 'em boys, shake it.
    If you hate 'em boys, shake it.

    We would all be happy all be glad,
    If sweet mama nature never had,
    A-all this dirty little boys who think that the girls
    Are only made for toys
    Boys wants them women, though they barely can remember.
    Then again all men are dogs.
    All men are dogs.

    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    I think they suck and my friends agree.
    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    Eh yeah, eh yeah, eh yeah,
    I. hate. boys.

    If you hate them boys, shake it.
    If you hate them boys, shake it.

    Let's go
    Boys suck.
    Make me sick.
    Inflated egos.
    Little dicks.
    Use them up.
    Spit em out.
    I H-A-T-E boys!

    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    I think they suck and my friends agree.
    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    Eh yeah, eh yeah, eh yeah,
    I. hate. boys.
    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    I think they suck and my friends agree.
    I hate boys, but boys love me.
    Eh yeah, eh yeah, eh yeah,
    I. hate. boys. Writer/s: BILL WELLINGS, CHRISTINA AGUILERA, CLAUDE KELLY, ESTHER DEAN, J.J. HUNTER, JAMAL F. JONES, WILLIAM TYLER
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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