"Don't Mistake Me" as written by Andy John Watkins, Paul David Wilson and Tracy Ackerman....
Life can push you,
It's all about just choosing the way,
Might sometimes rush you,
Leaves you looking for yesterday
So many reasons for looking for freedom
By living life and learning each day,
There'll always be questions
That stay left un-answered,
But I work it out all the way,
There's no time to grieve or feel sad about it
So left with only one thing to say

[Chorus:]
If you wanna see a broken heart,
Try looking in another place,
If you think it could be torn apart,
Try looking in another place

But don't mistake me for somebody
Who's hung up on you.

Love can steal you,
Can hide the key and lock you away,
So many people don't ask the right questions,
There's always someone else there to blame,
There's no time to grieve or feel sad about it,
So left with only one thing to say

[Chorus]

So don't mistake me for somebody
Don't you take me for anybody
Don't confuse me with nobody
Who's hung up on you

[Chorus:]
If you wanna see a broken heart,
Try looking in another place,
If you think it could be torn apart,
Try looking in another place

[Repeat 'Til End..]



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"Don't Mistake Me" as written by Paul David Wilson Andy John Watkins

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    General Comment'So then with only one thing to say,' - So LEFT with only one thing to say
    'If you think your gonna be torn apart,' - If you think IT can be torn apart

    Apart from those minor errors, this is a very good song. It's basically a girl saying she won't have her heart broken, so the guy in question can look elsewhere if he wants a girl that's going to spend all her time fussing about him.
    Prisoner.I.Wason March 17, 2007   Link

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