"Don't Lie to Me" as written by and George/dokken Lynch....
You didn't see me, but I overheard
A short conversation was just a few words
A lie and a whisper, a knife in my back
The things you were saying lead me to believe
You want no part of me

Leave me go, turn and walk away, turn your back on me
If you stay, there's just one thing that I've got to say

Just don't lie to me
Don't treat me like a fool
Just don't lie to me
Like the way you used to do

Voices that whisper, dark deep despair
Burns me like fire, these things that I hear

Leave me go, turn and walk away, turn your back on me
If you stay, there's just one thing that I've got to say

Just don't lie to me
Don't treat me like a fool
Just don't lie to me
Like the way you used to do

Tell me it's over, don't tell me you care
Don't want to hear it no more
Don't say you love me, if the feeling's not there
Just turn and leave me, I want no part of you

Just don't lie to me
Don't treat me like a fool
Just don't lie to me
Like the way you used to do

Just don't lie to me
Don't treat me like a fool
Just don't lie to me
Like the way you used to do

Just don't lie to me
Or I'll be on my way
Just don't lie to me
I won't be back again

Just don't lie to me
Don't treat me like a fool
Just don't lie to me
Like the way you used to do

Just don't lie to me


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"Don't Lie to Me" as written by Don Dokken George Lynch

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    General CommentPretty obvious song the singer or person about the song is getting sicked of being lied to by his lover or girlfriend. she says she loves him but lies and he knows she is lieing to him.
    lostsurfers17on July 12, 2010   Link

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