Stupid Girl
by Cold

Album: Year Of The Spider (2003)
Charted: 87
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  • Want to love ya,
    Want to bug ya,
    Want to squeeze ya,
    Stupid girl

    Want to touch ya,
    Want to take ya,
    Want to (shut ya?),
    Stupid Girl

    I can't take this, born to break this

    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today
    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today

    Stupid Girl, stupid girl
    Stupid girl, stupid girl

    I'm a loner
    I'm a loser
    I'm a winner
    In my mind

    I'm a bad one
    I'm a good one
    I'm a sick one
    With a smile

    I can't take this, born to break this

    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today
    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today

    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today
    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today

    Stupid girl, Stupid girl
    Stupid girl, Stupid girl

    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today
    She's going away, she's going away,
    What's wrong with my life today

    Stupid girl, stupid girl
    Stupid girl, stupid girl

Comments: 6

  • Luna Loud from Royal Woods, MichiganChris from the states: Dude, where tf do you get psychotic abusive serial killer vibes from this song? I'm kind of concerned about you, bro. He's just upset that his chick is leaving him/not giving him the time of day. Stop reading into to it too much.
  • Natalie from Lorena, TxTo me hearing that Cold and Rivers Cuomo both worked on a song is so weird. I would never think that Rivers would have a part in a song like this. I'm used to the Weezer essence. But that only makes this song even better. I love singing to this, and I definitely think it's about the man feeling like he can't give the girl enough. This "stupid girl" isn't actually stupid, but such a good person that he can't compare to her.
    9-27-21
    Age: 15
  • Chris from The StatesIt's an abusive guy who wants to have control over this woman and once she leaves/goes away turns his rage inward. Since he's conditioned not to feel sadness, he feels anger - this type of guy either starts to make suicidal threats (come back or I'll kill myself) or turns his violence onto others: could be this girl, any other girl/future partner. If pathology is there, could become a serial killer, school shooter, take your pick. In short: toxic masculinity.
  • Alyssa from Forney, TxIts a really good song!
  • Lange from Camden, Methis song rocks! i don't think it's about w/e saki said. it seems to me that it's more of a girl leaving a guy (she's going away) and he's upset about it, but then he shifts from sadness (what's wrong w/ my life today) to anger (stupid girl)
  • Saki from Usato me, this song represents a guy who loves a girl alot but the girl is too stupid to see how much the man loves her..........
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