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Posters is a song interpreted by Jack Johnson, released on the album Brushfire Fairytales in 2001.

Posters lyrics

Looking at himself
But wishing he was someone else
Because the posters on the wall
They don't look like him at all

So he ties it up, he tucks it in
He pulls it back, and gives a grin
Laughing at himself
Because he knows he ain't loved at all

He gets his courage from the can
It makes him feel like a man
Because he's loving all the ladies
But the ladies don't love him at all

'Cause when he's not drunk
He's only stuck on himself
And then he has the nerve
To say he needs a decent girl

Looking at herself
But wishing she was someone else
Because the body of the doll
It don't look like hers at all

So she straps it on, she sucks it in
She throws it up, and gives a grin
Laughing at herself
Because she knows she ain't that at all

All caught up in the trends
Well the truth began to bend
And the next thing you know man
There just ain't no truth left at all

'Cause when the pretty girl walks
She walks so proud
And when the pretty girl laughs
Oh man, she laughs so loud

And if it ain't this then it's that
As a matter of fact
She hasn't had a day to relax
Since she has lost her ability to think clearly

Well I'm an energetic hypothetic version of another person
Check out my outsides there ain't nothing in here

Well I'm a superficial, systematic, music television addict
Check out my outsides there ain't nothing in
Here comes another one, just like the other one
Looking at himself but wishing he was someone else
Because the posters on the wall they don't look like a him
And so he ties it up he tucks it in
He pulls it back and gives a grin
Laughing at himself because he knows he ain't loved at all
He knows he ain't loved at all


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