I asked the “crowd” for examples of songs that illustrated an Enneagram habit. Here is the first suggestion from Deborah Pollard. The song is “I’m sexy and I know it, I work out.” The lyrics that reveal the preoccupation with being seen — a Three focus — are as follows:
I’m sexy and I know it
When I walk on by
the girls be looking like damn he fly
I pay to the beat, walk in on the street
with in my new freak, yeah!
Girls, look at the body (X3)
Girl look at that body — I work out (X3)
When I walk in the spot, this is what I see,
Everybody stops and they starin at me.
I got passion in my pants
and I ain’t afraid to show it.
I’m sexy and I know it.
What makes this tell-tale three is the focus on being seen by others as a form of validation.