Kelly Clarkson: Don't Be a Girl About it Meaning
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Song Released: 2011
Don't Be a Girl About it Lyrics
Any chance you get to play the warn out pity card
Any opportunity to push my buttons hard
It's getting old, your 'poor me' thoughts
Believe me boy when I say 'so what'
This broken record thing has got to stop
anonymous May 29th 2021 report
I am a fan of Kelly Clarkson since her idol days. She is usually all about empowerment, but honestly this song doesn't sit right with me. She is equating a guy who is whining to be like a girl. This song is degrading to women and pigeonholes us to a stereotype.
anonymous Feb 25th 2014 report
The alternative to this song would be "Don't be a c"&t about it." Yeah, he showed his weakness and vulnerability a little too much and she called him on it. Women say they want vulnerability in a man but that's bull$**t.
anonymous Apr 1st 2012 report
She's with a guy that's a total puss. He used to be the love of her life now he's super soft. Kinda just too needy. It's like the roles have reversed she's the insensitive guy in the relationship and he's the super clingy girl
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