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Mrs Potato Head Lyrics

If you weren't born with it
You can buy a couple ornaments
Just be sure to read the warning, kids
Cause pretty soon you'll be bored of it
Sexual, hey girl if you wanna feel sexual
You can always call up a professional
They stick pins in you...

  1. 1TOP RATED

    #1 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    Jan 8th 2021 report

    I believe this song is about the expectations being set on girls now in days considering the beauty standard being put on them making them think that if they dont look a certain way they should change themselves with surgery to look the way society tells them to.

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    anonymous
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    Mar 26th 2021 report

    Women always go on about being beautiful and having a thick butt. It’s not about those things they need to understand beauty is within, and what’s on the inside. Men need to stop expecting women to be this perfect kardashian and then want it to be real. It’s not build a bitch. If you don’t want her then don’t tt her it’s that easy. YAL WOMEN NEED TO KNOW YALL ARE BADDIES NO MATTER WHAT

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    anonymous
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    May 12th 2021 report

    I think this song, like everyone else says, is about beauty and society. “But little girls are learning how to cut and paste and pucker up their lips until they suffocate” is basically saying girls are trying to up their beauty standards to what society wants, and “no one will love you if you’re unattractive” is quite sad, considering that this part means that they can’t be beautiful in their own way to feel loved, instead, they have to get plastic surgery to be loved, yet only to be hated more if the surgery backfires. This means that people are now dependent on their faces and their looks to be loved. In the video, when Mrs. Potato Head’s surgery backfired, Mr. Potato head was the one to pressure her into getting it in the first place, unsatisfied with her own natural beauty. Mr. Potato Head represents all of society, pressuring girls (and possibly boys too, I don’t discriminate) into being a “beautiful” face that they’re not and don’t have to be. When the surgery backfires, however, society just shuns them more for it. It’s sad how some people think of a person they want, all the looks and everything, and expect it to come true. At the end, when Mr. Potato head leaves her for another, more beautiful girl, this shows society turning it’s back on the ones that had been hurt trying to feel loved. The people who’s surgery backfired are now probably looked down upon all because they just wanted to be pretty. As for “it’s such a waste, seeing little girl turn into their mother’s face” this part means that even little girls are wasting their childhood and time, trying on cosmetics and whatnot, until their face looks like their mother’s face. All that natural beauty hidden behind layers of makeup. And the attempts turn out futile, too. Again, what a waste of time. Everyone, don’t get plastic surgery, everyone is beautiful in their own way. And don’t expect that your beauty dream standards will be coming true because you said so, either. It’s ok to want, but not ok to force it on someone. I wish you all a great day, and everyone, be proud of your face. If it’s past 8:00 pm, go to sleep. Do it.

  4. anonymous
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    Sep 1st report

    I think this song is about cosmetics, beauty-standards and fashion nowadays. I think this song is from the perspective of an 18-year-old women who's never had make-up on before, and how she's scared make-up will exceed her "ugliness" even more, and her being self-conscious about her looks, and how she thinks eyeshadow, lipstick, etc, would make her more self-conscious about how it'll look, and that people'll make fun of her looks with that.

  5. anonymous
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    Jul 10th 2021 report

    I leasing to this song before, it’s kind of disturbing little bit I know girls are different but I’m not sure about this song it’s seems wrong to me, and singing this song is kind of creepy to me, I am worry.

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  6. anonymous
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    Jun 16th 2021 report

    This song shows that all women/girls are beautiful and that they don't need any type of treatment to become even more beautiful. "It's such a waste, how little girls are growing into their mother's face" means that little girls are already growing beautiful, but they're learning to "cut and paste" (In this case it means plastic surgery) when it's not even necessary.

    You don't need to look like a Barbie if you want to be beautiful, and of course, you don't need to get plastic surgery because you are pretty and stunning just the way you are.

  7. anonymous
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    May 9th 2021 report

    i think when it says "cause pretty soon you will get bored of it" sounds like its saying that you will get used to what you look like and u will get more plastic surgery and it will be come an addiction its like one big continuing circle :)

  8. anonymous
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    Feb 27th 2021 report

    The whole song talks about plastic surgery and why people should not attempt it. The saddest part for me is "No one will love you if you are not attractive". This shows that people are now dependent on their faces in order to be liked and it reminds me of the body-shaming in my previous school.

  9. anonymous
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    Dec 28th 2020 report

    what is messed up is how this song is so good but yet so sad. if you really hear the lyrics it’s so sad and asking about how the husband or boyfriend wants the girl to get plastic surgery, but it doesn’t even turn out as he wanted so he leaves her. What also is messed up is how people are doing this in real life too. Men will treat women like objects and boss them around like their servants. Some men aren’t like this and that’s good but it’s just so messed up. I’m glad Melanie made this song and pointed out that people are doing this.

  10. anonymous
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    Dec 14th 2020 report

    This song is basically saying you dont need surgery to be beautiful
    The part where it says "it's such a waste when little girls grow into their mother's face, but little girls are learning how to cut and paste, and pucker up their lips until they suffocate." Is just so sad to me because it is saying girls aren't happy with their looks and want to change everything about themselves. Mr potato head is basically all of society, pressuring women into getting plastic surgery and then hating them after it's done.

  11. anonymous
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    Nov 14th 2020 report

    I think that the guy represents society and the song is saying that society is forcing woman to get plastic surgery. So basically Melanie is saying that we don't have to get plastic surgery to be beautiful.

  12. anonymous
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    Oct 23rd 2020 report

    i think that maybe this was when the basic bitch from pasify her tells her story with her showing her boobs and stuff

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  13. anonymous
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    Sep 22nd 2020 report

    The part "Oh Mrs. Potato Head tell me
    Is it true that pain is beauty?
    Does a new face come with a warranty?
    Will a pretty face make it better?" Is questioning if the plastic surgery is helping or hurting her, and "Oh Mr. Potato Head tell me
    How did you afford her surgery?
    Do you swear you'll stay forever
    Even if her face don't stay together
    Even if her face don't stay together" Is asking the husband how the heck he got the money for the surgery, and if the husband will like her even if the girl's face falls apart .

  14. anonymous
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    Jul 19th 2020 report

    A woman gets pressured by her boyfriend and he makes her get plastic surgery for boob inplants and a face lift. After her face heals the boyfriend is excited to see if his plan worked, turns out her face doesn't come out as he expected so he leaves her and finds another innocent woman to see if his plan will work the next time.

  15. anonymous
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    Jun 30th 2020 report

    This song always makes me sad :,(
    It’s about a girl who’s boyfriend made her get plastic surgery because he thought she wasn’t objectively pretty. When he realizes all the plastic makes her look bad, he leaves her to try again on another girl.
    “Do you swear you’ll stay forever, even if her face don’t stay together.”

    It really tells people that they don’t have to get surgeries just to be what people think pretty is. You’re beautiful just the way you are.

  16. anonymous
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    Jun 1st 2020 report

    She’s telling people that plastic surgery is wrong.

  17. anonymous
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    May 5th 2020 report

    I think this song is about a women trying to look perfect for a guy. She gets lots and lots of plastic surgery but he still doesn't love her after it heals.

  18. anonymous
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    Apr 12th 2020 report

    it is about a woman falling for a man and that man is a dumb-ass to think that a girl only needs prettiness and nothing else, and tells the woman that they are going to a plastic surgery.all i want to say is, us,females, are pretty in our own way and i hope there is no more people going to do
    some fucking stupid surgery!!!!!!!!!:<

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