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  • I don't care what my teachers say
    I'm gonna be a supermodel.
    Everyone is gonna dress like me,
    Wait and see

    When I'm a supermodel
    And my hair will shine like the sea.
    Everyone wants to look like me

    [Chorus: x2]
    Cause I'm young and I'm here and so beautiful,
    I'm gonna be a supermodel

    I wish that I was like Tori Spelling,
    With a car likes hers and dad likes hers.
    And I show them how how it was done.
    That be fun, that be fun.

    And I write my school report,
    Why I love my jeans, why I love my jeans.
    And oh, on my locker door it is the coolest thing
    That you have ever seen.

    [Chorus: x2]

    I didn't yesterday,
    I'm not gonna eat today
    I'm not gonna eat tomorrow
    Cause I'm gonna be a supermodel

    [Repeat: x4]
    So beautiful, I'm gonna be a supermodel
    Cause I'm young and I'm here and so beautiful,
    I'm gonna be a supermodel

    I'm gonna be a supermodel
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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