Clark Ford

Clark Ford

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Country - General | Ames, Iowa, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,302   
Member Since: 2009
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Song Description

Upbeat, fun rock/pop song in the musical 1972. Contains many cliches parents say to their daughters who are dating a loser.

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Lyrics

He's a Loser

Chorus:
He's a loser, he's a taker,
He's a lazy bum
He is selfish, needy, cruel,
His time has come

He's cheating on you every chance he gets
Lose him now, its time this ends
He doesn't really care about you
You should hear what he says to his friends

He doesn't treat you with respect
He says that you are dumb
He really only wants one thing
And doesn't care where it comes from

He never thinks about what you want
Always telling you what to do
He hangs around a bad crowd
And they don't care about you

He doesn't listen to you
Doesn't care what you feel
He says that he loves you
But you know its not real

He just wants to be a big shot
And so he's using you
But he's never going anywhere
And he'll take you there too

He never pays attention to you
He'd be terrible as a dad
He doesn't treat you very nice
He's always getting mad

He's a dropout, and doesn't have a job
He'd be depending on me for support
What kind of future will I have?
I'd be selling myself too short

He's too immature to meet my needs
It's always about him
I can do better, I deserve more
I must have been exceedingly dim!

Song Length
2:54
Genre
Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Clark Ford
Music Credits Clark Ford
Producer Credits Clark Ford and Jason Paull
Performance Credits David Michael (Tenor), Fredric Wiegel (Tenor), Doris Nash (Soprano), Erica Fuchs (Soprano), Clark Wolf (Piano), Russell Nollen (Guitar)