Stupid Girl

Album: Garbage (1995)
Charted: 4 24
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  • You pretend you're high
    Pretend you're bored
    Pretend you're anything
    Just to be adored
    And what you need
    Is what you get

    Don't believe in fear
    Don't believe in faith
    Don't believe in anything
    That you can't break

    stupid girl
    stupid girl
    All you had you wasted
    All you had you wasted

    What drives you on
    Can drive you mad
    A million lies to sell yourself
    Is all you ever had

    Don't believe in love
    Don't believe in hate
    Don't believe in anything
    That you can't waste

    stupid girl
    stupid girl
    Can't believe you fake it
    Can't believe you fake it

    Don't believe in fear
    Don't believe in pain
    Don't believe in anyone
    That you can't tame

    stupid girl
    stupid girl
    All you had you wasted
    All you had you wasted

    Stupid girl
    Stupid girl
    Can't believe you fake it
    I can't believe you fake it

    Stupid girl
    Stupid girl
    Can't believe you fake it
    Can't believe you fake it

    Stupid girl Writer/s: Butch Vig, Douglas Erikson, Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Shirley Manson, Steve Marker, Topper Headon
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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