Paroles Stereotype

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Why are my hands,
Bleeding, I think I know why
I've been holding on
To the words from your every lie, why
Fool me once
Shame on you, baby
Fool me twice
Should have know that there would be
Problems girl, with you
But I thought

You were different, my baby
Now I see you're just like the rest
Thought you were different, my baby
You've become my biggest regret

I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype, ay ay ay

Stereotype, stere-stereotype
Stereotype, stere-stereotype
Stereotype, stere-stereotype
Stereotype, stere-stere-ere-ere-o

Can't blame you
You were only being yourself
I fell in love with someone that I barely knew, why?
Fool me once, shame on you, baby
Fool me twice
Should have know that there would be
Problems girl, with you
But I thought

You were different, my baby
Now I see you're just like the rest
Thought you were different, my baby
You've become my biggest regret

I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype, ay ay ay

Stere-stere-stereo
Stere-stereo
Girl you're nuttin' but a stereo
Nuttin' but a stereo
Stereotype, stere-stereotype
Stereotype, stere-stere stereo

You were different, my baby
Now I see you're just like the rest
Thought you were different, my baby
You'd become my biggest regret

I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype
I really hate to label you but you're a stereotype, ay ay ay

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ERIC BELLINGER, NATHAN HILLS, LEON YOUNGBLOOD, MARCELLA ARAICA, CHRIS BROWN, DEWAINE WHITMORE, NIEMAN JOHNSON