She had eyes like crazy diamonds and you ran with feet of clay
We rolled the windows tight as they would go, it was a smoggy day
She looked up and asked me if I ever had a lover that I did not betray
And I turned on the radio and I looked the other way
She said you're smart but in a stupid way

And this is the price that you pay for being smart in a stupid way
You stand there staring while your lover walks away
Being smart in a stupid way

The doors, they close like eyelids, the train just pulled away
Sometimes I smell the perfume that she was wearing that day
And I wonder if there's anyone that I'll ever love in any way
Maybe I'll grow up and be good someday
Maybe this pain I feel will go away

And this is the price that you pay for being smart in a stupid way
You stand there staring while your lover walks away
Being smart in a stupid way

So why is my heart so hollow?
And why are my dreams so shallow?
And why don't I ever have anything else to say?
And why is my love so far away?

And this is the price that you pay for being smart in a stupid way
You stand there staring while your lover walks away
Being smart in a stupid way
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