"Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" as written by James Jason Poyser, Erica Wright, Joy Grand, Pat Vibas, Audrie Magget and Rashad Smith....
Someone told someone and someone told you
But they wouldn't hurt you, not much
Since everyone spread the story
With his own little personal touch

Do nothin' till you hear from me
Pay no attention to what's said
Why people tear the seam of anyone's dream
Is over my head
Do nothin' till you hear from me
At least consider our romance
If you should take the word of others you've heard
I haven't a chance
True I've been seen with someone new
But does that mean that I'm untrue
When we're apart the words in my heart
Reveal how I feel about you
Some kiss may cloud my memory
And other arms may hold a thrill
But please do nothin' till you hear it from me
And you never will
Do nothin' till you hear from me

Do nothin' till you hear from me
Pay no attention to what's said
Why people tear the seam of anyone's dream
Is over my head
Do nothin' till you hear from me
At least consider our romance
If you should take the word of others you've heard
I haven't a chance
True I've been seen with someone new
But does that mean that I'm untrue
When we're apart the words in my heart
Reveal how I feel about you
Some kiss may cloud my memory
And other arms may hold a thrill
But please do nothin' till you hear it from me
And you never will



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"Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me" as written by Bob Russell Duke Ellington

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    General Comment"People saw me with another guy, and they are talking. But it's not what you are thinking! Don't take their word, and don't rush for conclusions; listen my version of the story first."
    Driftwood Girlon June 27, 2006   Link

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