"Think About It" as written by Otis Redding and Don Covay....
Wait!
Before you walk out that door
Hang your clothes in the closet
You're forgetting one thing
I'm the one who saved you
From a long lonely life
I'm the one who gave you
You're first taste to paradise

Look how you paying me back
Look how you pack in your bag
Please don't do me like this, honey
All this good love you're going to miss

Think about it, honey
You really ought to think about it
'Fore you leave me
Dig this

I'm the one who showed you
How to live when you wanted to die
I'm the one who taught you
How to laugh when you wanted to cry

But look what you're doing to me
Look how you're hurting me
Please don't do me like this
All of this good loving your going to miss

Think about it, baby, listen
You really, really ought to think about it
'Fore you leave
You really ought to think about it
Deep down think about it
'Fore you leave me

Do this for me honey
Don't make me no lonely man
Don't try to push me out of your plan
Don't try to kick out love aside
Just wait!
Before you tell me goodbye

Mmmm, yeah

You really, really, really, really, really ought to think about it
How I give it
You really, really, really ought to think about it
How I live it
One million times
I better stay up all night


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"Think About It" as written by Donald Covay Don Covay

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