Today I screwed up again, You said I could tell in the way you said goodbye, I saw you sitting at your t-shirt stand with your new boyfriend, He's really cool, I get the point
[Chorus] I don't want you, I don't want you, I heard you, I heard you, I heard you say not a chance, What don't you see, I don't want you, I don't want you, I heard you, I heard you, I heard you say you're not good enough for me
Today I screwed up again, I wasn't paying attention, I walked into the wall again, I heard you laugh and saw you grin, While you were sitting at your t-shirt stand, With all your cool friends, they're really cool, I get the point
Today I'll give it one last try, And then I'll wonder why, I did it to myself once again, I saw your boyfriend, he's 6'3", Quarterback on varsity The football players love to torture me, So I'm feeling like I'm not fitting in, I know that I'm not fitting in with you, And your stuck-up friends, I get the point
Writer/s: BENJI MADDEN, JOEL MADDEN
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Bobsaget from Santee, CaActually i agree with both of u as quoted from thier song little thing they say " like the time that girl broke up with me cuz i wasnt cool enough" but in the song he does say that they're just a bunch up stuck-up snobs.
? from Here, Wii love this song... i had the emaning a bit different tho... i always thought it was about a girl breaking up with the guy cuz he's not cool enough for her... hmm... ah, whatever. the meaning here makes sense too, so now im not sure...
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