"Cut Your Hair" is a song by American rock band Pavement from their second album, Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain. It was written by Pavement songwriter and lead singer Stephen Malkmus. The song snidely attacks the importance of image in the music industry. In one verse, Malkmus sarcastically recites a fictitious ad looking for a musician to join a band: "advertising looks and chops a must/ no big hair".
The song was…
Darlin' don't you go and cut your hair
Do you think it's gonna make him change?
\"I'm just a boy with a new haircut\"
And that's a pretty nice haircut