"Think Again" as written by Teren Delvon Jones, Damian Siguenza, Opio Lindsey and Damani Thompson....
Walking away I feel ashamed
Thinking on what I've done
She was naïve and I was a sleaze
Some things can't be undone

Think again
Don't give in
This isn't what you want
Feelings change
Morning brings rain
This isn't what you want

Hard to believe that I could be
Someone's idea of love
I should have been out of reach
Baby I'm not that strong

Think again
Don't give in
This isn't what you want
Feelings change
Morning brings rain
This isn't what you want

I'm here today
But I won't stay

Oh think again
Don't give in
This isn't what you want
Feelings change
Morning brings rain
This isn't what you want

Think again
Don't give in
This isn't what you want
Feelings change
Morning brings rain
This isn't what you want


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"Think Again" as written by Damian Siguenza Damani Thompson

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    General CommentWhenever I hear this song, I imagine an abusive man who is frustrated by his wife staying with him even after he does terrible things to her. He is filled with a deep regret, for he knows that he really is not that strong and that he cannot control himself.
    Onoraon June 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMight aswell post this so it shows: I've always imagined it to be about him sleeping with someone who has a lot of feelings for him, basically him taking advantage of someone who's in love with him.
    He's not in love with her, and he knows he shouldn't but he still does it. And then he regrets it, feels ashamed and he's basically telling himself to not do it again (or possibly telling her to be strong and stay away, cause he can't). He's not doing it because he loves her, he's doing it because it's easy sex.
    Katzenjammeron October 22, 2009   Link

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