"You Got It, Girl" was a song sung by The Ghetto Avenue Boys in the Season Four episode, "Something You Can Do with Your Finger".


Randy Marsh confides with Stan Marsh and informs him as to why he does not want him to be in Fingerbang. A montage starts, showing Randy's past when he was in a boy band, called The Ghetto Avenue Boys. He warns Stan of the dangers he went through, telling of how he had cars, women, money, and a big house. It was all taken away when he was replaced by a younger group of singers. When he went back to South Park he was humiliated and felt rejected.


You've got IT
You know you've got IT (girl)
What you've got is IT
It's obvious to me girl
You've got it
It is what you've got (girl)
What you've got is IT
Now give IT to me

Songs from Season Four
Annen Polka | Bu Bu Budio | Con te partirò | Dance of the Clogs | Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy | Democracy in Cuba | Der Hölle Rache | Don't Die On Us | Even A Miracle Needs A Hand | Fingerbang | Hukilau | I Can't Wait Until I Grow Up | I Don't Want to Wait | I Walk Hand in Hand with Jesus | Itsy Bitsy Spider | La donna è mobile | Little Bunny Foo Foo | Non più andrai | Old Time Rock and Roll | Page d'écriture | Silent Night | Spilled Blood on the Footsteps of My Mind (Revisited) | The Circle of Poo | The Four Seasons: Spring | The Miracle Worker | The Prostitute Song | Third Grade Memories | Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld | Welcome to This World | Wendy's Audition Song | You Got It, Girl | You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Four | Season Four

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