As an American male who came of age in the ‘70s, I am polarized in such a way that I gravitate to difficult girlfriends. I think maybe they’re more interesting.
© 1991 Bryan Masters D E A D You love the patches on her dress E A The way her hair is such a mess A D And though you know she has the best intentions E Really? D A E But you never change A E D Your friends all think it's strange E A D E A You've got another Kamikaze Girl You buy her things cause you adore her She throws your jacket on the floor And if you stumble she won't catch you It's such a wonder that you Never change Your friends all think it's strange You've got another Kamikaze Girl A E A E A How can you tell me that she'll change for you? E F#m Bm C#m D E Doesn't this deja vu seem strange to you? And when she calls you're on the double Kisses for your trouble And (though) you know she is the sweetest angel Oh really? But you never change Your friends all think it's strange You've got another Kamikaze Girl Bryan Masters Music/ASCAP