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"Some Girls" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Madonna for her twelfth studio album MDNA (2012). It was written by Madonna, William Orbit, Bebe Rexha and Klas Åhlund, while production was handled by Madonna and Orbit, and co-production was done by Åhlund. An electronic song, "Some Girls" also features synth-pop influences.

Lyrically, the female empowerment song finds Madonna declaring how she is different from many other women. In one part of the song, she makes a reference to her 1989 hit "Express Yourself". The song received mixed reception from music critics. Most critics praised Orbit's production, which resembles his production on Ray of Light, but others felt it was weak and criticized Madonna's processed vocals. Although not released as a single, the song has charted on the Gaon Chart due to strong digital downloads of the parent album.

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