I'm with Stupid is the second studio album by the American singer-songwriterAimee Mann, released in 1995. Most fans took the title to be a reference to Mann's unhappy relationship with her record label, which she felt did not understand how to promote her music.
The "lyric sheet" for this release presents every word sung on the album listed in alphabetical order. This tactic was earlier used by the Boston-based band Mission Of Burma on their 1981 mini-album Signals, Calls, And Marches; Mann's former band The Young Snakes opened for Mission Of Burma in 1981.
Prior to the album's release, "That's Just What You Are" appeared on the soundtrack of Fox Network television series Melrose Place in 1994, while "Amateur" appeared on the Sliding Doors soundtrack in 1998 and NBC television series Ed in 2004. "You Could Make a Killing" appeared on the Cruel Intentions soundtrack in 1999.