As A Blonde

Album: Kiss and Tell (2009)
  • I was looking in the mirror
    Trying to find, a new reflection
    Wanna take the road, less traveled in
    A different direction
    Make some new mistakes
    Forget the ones I made
    Cry some tears of joy
    And dress more like a boy

    And come back as a blonde
    Try a different lipstick on, as a blonde
    Will I get whatever I want?
    I'd be ever so enticing
    Eat a lot of icing
    Never have to watch my weight
    Yeah when I'm gone
    I'm gonna come back as a blonde

    I wanna I meet myself, as someone else
    Just to see what it feels like
    Take a walk, on the other side
    Cause you know that I just might
    Break some different hearts, finish what I start
    I'm not gonna wait, to mess around with fate

    And come back as a blonde
    Try a different lipstick on, as a blonde
    Will I get whatever I want?
    I'd be ever so enticing
    Eat a lot of icing
    Never have to watch my weight
    Yeah when I'm gone
    I'm gonna come back as a blonde

    I'm tainted, I'm tired, of being the same, yeah
    I'm desperate, I'm bored, I'm begging for change
    What if you're normal and wanna be strange?
    Come back, come back, come back
    I wanna Come back, come back, come back

    And come back as a blonde
    Try a different lipstick on, as a blonde
    Will I get whatever I want?
    I'd be ever so enticing
    Eat a lot of icing
    Never have to watch my weight
    Yeah when I'm gone
    I'm gonna come back as a blonde

    As a blonde, try a different lipstick on, as a blonde
    Will I get whatever I want
    I'd be ever so enticing, cake a lot of icing
    Never have to watch my weight
    Oh, when I'm gone
    I'm gonna come back as a blonde
    Wave my magic wand, as a blonde
    Will I get whatever I want
    I'd be ever so enticing, cake a lot of icing
    Never need to wash my face
    Yeah when I'm gone, I'm gonna
    Come back, come back, come back
    (I'm gonna come back)
    Come back, come back, come back
    (I'm gonna come back)
    Come back, come back, come back
    As a blonde

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