Take A Hint

Album: Victorious 2.0 (2012)
  • Why am I always hit on by the boys I never like
    I can always see 'em coming from the left and from the right
    I don't want to be a priss, I just try to be polite
    But it always seems to bite me in the '

    Ask me for my number, yeah you put me on the spot
    You think that we should hook-up, but I think that we should not
    You had me at hello, then you opened up your mouth
    And that is when it started going south
    Oh!

    Get your hands off my hips, 'fore I'll punch you in the lips
    Stop your staring at my' hey!
    Take a hint, take a hint
    No you can't buy me a drink, let me tell you what I think
    I think you could use a mint
    Take a hint, take a hint
    La, la, la'.
    T-take a hint, take a hint
    La, la, la'.

    I guess you still don't get it, so let's take it from the top
    You asked me what my sign is, and I told you it was stop
    And if I only had a dime for every name that you just dropped
    You'd be here and I'd be on a yacht
    Oh!

    Get your hands off my hips, or I'll punch you in the lips
    Stop your staring at my' hey!
    Take a hint, take a hint
    No you can't buy me a drink, let me tell you what I think
    I think you could use a mint
    Take a hint, take a hint
    La, la, la'.
    T-take a hint, take a hint
    La, la, la'.

    What about 'no' don't you get
    So go and tell your friends
    I'm not really interested
    It's about time that you're leavin'
    I'm gonna count to three and
    Open my eyes and
    You'll be gone

    One.
    Get your hands off my'
    Two.
    Or I'll punch you in the'
    Three.
    Stop your staring at my'
    Hey!
    Take a hint, take a hint
    I am not your missing link
    Let me tell you what I think
    I think you could use a mint
    Vic, Liz: take a hint, take a hint

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