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The Other Girl
In a trade full of men,
there are only two girls, the other girl
Where the other tries to act so cool in front of the boys
I try to mind my own business and leave everyone alone.
When she knows she is making me mad,
She thinks she isn't going to get an aggravated response,
She goes, "Don't give me an attitude, I don't need it,"
When she receives my reply.
Such a big who goes out with men that have graduated high school already,
Never does she realize the guys don't care what she says.
Maybe an orphan that lives with her older brothers,
Since when does she hold the right to act the way she does?
Getting mad over simple things,
asking silly questions about the trade she should already know.
In a place where there are a majority of men,
I'd rather be friends with the guys than her.