Although she did not write most of the hit singles from her 1983 debut She's So Unusual, Cyndi Lauper made significant changes to most of the album's covers, shifting the lyrical viewpoint of Tom Gray's "Money Changes Everything" and subtly shifting the original ménage a trois lyrics of Prince's "When U Were Mine" into a more PG love triangle. The biggest change came with Lauper's debut single, Robert Hazard's "Girls Just Want To Have Fun." The Philadelphia-based pop-rocker never recorded his own version of the song, but in a Rolling Stone interview, Lauper explained with uncharacteristic modesty that Hazard's original lyrics had bragged about "how girls wanted to have fun?with him?down there," and the album's liner notes pointedly thanked Hazard for letting her change the lyrics to his song. Lauper's new lyrics turn the song into an ebullient, unapologetic piece of smiley-face feminism; the sunny lyrics and the brilliantly goofy, gimmicky production ? the instrumental solo on the bridge sounds like it came from a Ms. Pac Man game ? make it one of the all-time classics of the early MTV era. Remarkably, it still sounds fresh and fun today.