"Let's Go (Original Vocal Version)" as written by Maurice Dwight Marshall, Maurice Young, Carl Terrell Mitchell, Jonathan H Smith, Robert John Daisley, John Osbourne, Randy Rhoads, Derrick L Baker, James Gregory Scheffer and Charles...
You know it never meant much to me
But there's something on your mind that I could see
It didn't hurt me too much to find
You were seeing someone else for all of this time
You know that I don't care
And I like you to know that I don't care
I don't need your sympathy
Why don't you ever look at me?

[Chorus]
You did nothing for me
You did nothing I see
You did nothing for me
You did nothing

There's no today and there's no tomorrow
Where you find sadness, I find sorrow
Nobody knows, but it always shows
I think I'm losing my mind, but that's the way that it goes
And it's fine, all those lies
I can see their truth lies in your eyes
So I guess we are through
You did to me what I did to you

[Chorus:]
[La, la, la, etc. omitted]
I don't need your sympathy
'Cause you don't mean that much to me

[Chorus:]


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"Let's Go" as written by Peter Hook Stephen Paul David Morris

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentDoes this song even exist? I've heard the version with the other vocals, but not this version.
    Dorroileon January 11, 2012   Link

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