Smart Girls

  • Where did all these smart girls come from?
    I don't think that I could choose just one
    Where did all these smart girls come from?
    Someone tell me how to get me some

    On the floor, in the car
    On the seat at the bar
    Wherever I go
    That's where they are

    Smart girls
    Never get enough, of those
    Smart girls
    Smart girls

    I want to be a bad boy right now
    The real me is dying to hang out
    I know you know what I'm talking about
    I've got a feeling you could show me how

    On a bus, on a train
    On a boat, on a plane
    I'm falling in love
    What was your name?

    Smart girls
    Never get enough, of those
    Smart girls
    Sleeping in the buff

    Yumi, Sherie, Alison, Mary
    Which one do I want to marry?
    They're all smart girls
    They're all smart girls
    Sheena, Lola, Fabiola,
    Don't you know you make me lose my mind?

    Where did all these smart girls come from?
    I don't think that I could choose just one
    Where did all these smart girls come from?
    Someone tell me how to get me some

    Lisa, Brittany, Paula, Whitney
    Which one do I want here with me?
    They're all smart girls
    They're all smart girls

    Debbie, Donna, Tatiana
    Don't you know you make me lose my mind?

    Smart girls
    Never get enough, of those
    Smart girls
    Skipping in the buff

    Smart girls
    Talkin' 'bout smart girls
    All I want is smart girls
    Talkin' 'bout smart girls

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