Stupid

I always feel so stupid, particularly when
I meet a girl like you who likes sophisticated men
I try to be so charming, but you won't talk to me
I stand here feeling stupid, just as stupid as can be

I always look so stupid, 'cause I'm all sweat and nerves
The clothes I'm wearing stick out just like toothpicks in hors d'ourves
My wilted little necktie and my jilted little hat
I stand here looking stupid, you don't need to tell me that

Why can't I be like everybody else
Why can't I be like everybody else
Why not?

I always act so stupid, I always act so dumb
But happiness is out there and I'd like to get me some
So I get over eager, beleaguered and worked up
I stand here looking stupid, OK, that's enough

Why can't I be like everybody else
Why can't I be like everybody else
Why can't I be like everybody else
Why can't I be like you, you?
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