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Jewel
"Plain Jane" lyrics

Plain Jane

You wear couture clothing
Like a hunter wears camouflage
Hiding insecurity
Hoping no one ever catches on
You like to read scientific magazines
Like Vanity Fair
There was a well-written article
About serotonin in there

You keep the same company
You think Coco kept too
You wear a bracelet on your wrist
That says What would Elvis do?
You make snide comments in private
But in public you're fashionably green
You're ironic, but not too proud to brag
You know what it really means

Oh, cynicism has begun
To numb the pain
Fashion still works until
You realize you're the same
Plain Jane

You have a rock hard body
But you only make love in the dark
Beneath painted legs you're afraid
They'll see what's really in your heart
You say cool things like
At least murder is interesting
Cause the worst crime a person can commit in life
Is to be boring

Oh, cynicism has begun
To numb the pain
Fashion still works until
You realize you're the same
Plain Jane

Such a sweet face
Just embrace
The real you
You will see
It's just lovely
And more than enough to be loved
Yes, loved
Loved

Oh, cynicism has begun
To numb the pain
And fashion still works until
You realize you're the same
Plain
What's wrong with plain old Jane?
Kinda like plain Jane
I like plain Jane