She was that girl in the corner Thick-rimmed glasses Everybody laughed Every time she passed us, ever the outcast Had no flava, but who got the last laugh, hey
Always came last No one ever kissed her Missing for days, but nobody missed her She went from wallpaper to heartbreaker You should've seen her, hoo Guitar
Baby I like the new you, hoo
Ooh oh I like the remix baby
Ooh oh I like the remix remix
Do what you doin' I like the way you do it hey Do what you doin' I like the way you do it, do it
Now her body's so crazy, got mad attention Everybody wants her, I forgot to mention My baby's so intelligent, down with it, independent, got it all
Hey hey hey hey hey hey
See no one ever knew, she was a transformer Went straight from a 2 to an I just wanna own ya I can't help myself Can't help myself I need it Need it Go
Baby I like the new you
C'mon ooh oh I like the remix baby
Ooh oh I like the remix remix hey hey Ooh oh yeah yeah yeah
I like the remix baby Ooh ooh
I like the remix remix, break it down
Do what you doin' I like the way you do it Do what you doin' I like the way you do it
I like the new you, forget about the old school I love the sexy thing you turned into So gimme the v2, some of that love fuel I like the beat, that your body moves to, moves to
Do what you doin' I like the way you do it (I'm speechless c'mon)
Ooh oh, yeah I like the remix baby, I like the new you, oh (ooh oh)
(The one you turned into) I like the remix remix Ooh oh (ah)
I like the remix baby
Ooh oh (sexy sexy thing) I like the remix remix
I like the v2 Said I like the new you baby, hey
oh oh ohoo ey hey, uh!
Writer/s: JOHANNES R JOERGENSEN, LARS JENSEN, LEMARE IZUBUNDU OBIKA
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Broma 16, Iricom US Ltd, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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