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Written by Aldo Legui and Bob Marcus

You see this kind of chick in every town.
Whenever there's a scene she's always hanging around
She's so naпve and innocent, she looks with all
She's only fourteen but she knows how to draw.
Now now now baby now

Super........ Supergirl, yeah
Super........ Supergirl

She never gets involved with blowing her cool
She's to busy getting high with her classmates in school
The teachers all ignore her, they would if they could
She ain't quite grown up yet but her credence's real good.

Super........ Supergirl, yeah
Super........ Supergirl, yeah, alright

You see this kind of chick in every town.
Whenever there's a scene she's always hanging around
She's so naпve and innocent, she looks with all
She's only fourteen but she knows how to draw.
Now now now baby now, yeah

Super........ Supergirl, yeah
Super........ Supergirl
Super duper, super duper, hey, super duper, super duper
Yeah yeah yeah supergirl



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