"Look What You Done For Me" as written by Al L. Green, Al Jr. Jackson and Willie Mitchell....
Now that you're here with me,
I want to keep you free,
To do the things that you want to do,
The joy in life is loving you,
But now the day has come,
To let you know where I'm coming from,

The best of my years will go to you,
It's the only thing that I can do,
But these things don't come overnight,
Lovin' you baby, I think I'm right.
Let me say before I forget,
Lovin' you baby, it's where it's at yeah

Ya baby, look what you done for me,
Ya baby, you set my heart free,
Oh but I feel, yeah, yeah, yeah, I feel yeah

Sometimes I want to leave, but then I say,
It wouldn't make sense at all,
Anyway, forgive me baby,
If I do wrong,
I haven't been a true man for so long,
But let me say before I forget,
Lovin' you baby, it's where it's at, yeah

Ya baby, look what you done for me,
Ya baby, you set my heart free,
Baby, do you want to, do the thing that you oughta,
You've been very good for me,
And that's a fact, I say,

Ya baby, look what you done for me,
Ya yeah you set my heart free, yeh
Oh, no matter,
What you done for me,
I got the feelin' that it's gonna,
Ya, look what you done for me
Baby, baby, you set my heart free


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"Look What You Done for Me" as written by Robert N Greene Ric Eiserling

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    Song MeaningThere was/is genius in Al Green as he represents to me the regular guy expressing how he loves and relates to woman. But on to this particular song... I think he is fighting against his testosterone to kinda tell his lady that he is subconsciously/unwittingly committing to her, maybe even proposing in a sincere albeit cautious manner. His emotion for her has tipped his cynicism towards love.
    tarshun23on August 18, 2010   Link

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