"Two Lovers" as written by Roland Spremberg and Stephan Gade....
Well, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed
Two lovers, and I love them both the same

Let me tell you 'bout my first lover
He's sweet and kind and he's mine, all mine
He treats me good like a lover should
And makes me love him
I really really love him
I love him so (love him so)
And I'll do everything I can to let him know

But, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed
Two lovers, and I love them both the same

Let me tell you 'bout my other lover
Well you know, he treats me bad, makes me sad
Makes me cry, but still I can't deny
That I love him
I really really love him
I love him so (love him so)
And I'll do everything I can to let him know

Darling, well
Don't you know that I can tell
Whenever I look at you
That you think that I'm untrue
'Cause I say that I love two
But I really really do
'Cause you're a split personality (personality)
And in reality (reality)
Both of them are you baby (they both are you)

Well, I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed
Two lovers, and I love them both the same
Two lovers, and I ain't ashamed


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"Two Lovers" as written by William Robinson Jr.

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    General CommentI love how the song was written... where she describes both loves, the good guy and the bad guy... and then she sets the story straight and lets us know that it's the same guy. She loved him when she made her happy and she loved him when he made her cry.

    Anyone who doesn't really look into the lyrics will think it's about how she's cheating, but she was really, really true, and in love.

    Despite how upbeat this song is, the lyrics make me cry.
    DemonEclipsedon February 18, 2008   Link

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