"My Forbidden Lover" as written by and Bernard/rodgers Edwards....
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other

I fell in love and I didn't want to do it
'Cause I knew that your love wasn't true
You try to hide that sinister appearance
And the lies whew, those alibis

You give your love to anyone who asks
Yes you do and I know that it's true
But still I care and I want to see you there
When I need, yes indeed, you are

My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other

I can't resist that very strong urge
Just to have you, dear oh, please come here
Just let me love you, anytime and any place we dare
We'll just let them stare

You want to love everybody and everything you can
You're the typical man
Yet still and all, I'm at your beck and call
When you need, yes indeed, you are

My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other

My love is forbidden, we keep our love hidden
My love is forbidden, we keep our love hidden
My love is forbidden, we keep our love hidden
My love is forbidden, we keep our love hidden

My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other

My forbidden lover, I don't want no other
My forbidden lover, I don't want no other


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"My Forbidden Lover" as written by Bernard Edwards Nile Rodgers

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