"I Don't Love You" as written by and Stacey Piersa E. Wolff....
Hey now
You would never love me anyhow
What you loved was that abstract idea
That you had someone
I don't need this
Kisses for Christmas
What I want is a knife and fork
A bottle cork
'Cause it's over now

Ghosts and waves are a lot alike
As they push the brave out into the night
Oh
I know you wish you could be more like them now

Baby
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love you
I should've known from the start
I'd break your heart

Diamonds
Like I had those diamonds
She kept them under her headpiece
What's beneath that extenal mind?
'Cause I left you to do what you do when you need to
And it's only right
We let the others die

You and I are a lot alike
As we push each other into the night
Oh you know you wish you could be more like them now

Baby
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love you
I should've known from the start
I'd break your heart

Where do they put people
After the church steeple is on it's side
You can't confide in just anyone
But she wants this and she wants that
And she needs someone to come back
Oh well it's not me
But who will it be?

Baby
Baby
Whoa baby
Baby I know one thing
I don't love ya
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
Whoa whoa whoa
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya
No no no
I don't love ya


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"I Don't Love You" as written by Stacey Peirsa Elliot Wolff

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    General CommentTangiers are brilliant.

    the loose sexual vocals.

    "What you loved was that abstract idea/That you had someone" excellent insight right there. this is the closest thing to a love song that i listen to.
    foreign_handon June 29, 2005   Link

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