"I Didn't Mean to Love You So Good, Juanita" as written by and L. Russell Brown Irwin Levine....
No I don't live alone
And my name's not really Joe, it's really something else
What's the differece what it is
The thing is you see, I belong to someone else

Oh I lied (oh I lied)
Yes I lied (yes I lied)
Every time you let me in the door
Oh, and here comes the worst part
I can't see you anymore

Ooh-oh I didn't mean to love you so good, Juanita
And I'm sorry now if you feel more than you should, Juanita
Whoa-oh, I didn't want you to want me like you do
Juanita darlin', I'm no good for you

Oh she knows (oh she knows)
Yes she knows (yes she knows)
When I come home to her darlin' after lovin' you
I tell her that I'm tired
I step right on her pride, you see
I'm still into lovin' you

Dry your eyes (dry your eyes)
Please, don't cry (oh don't cry)
Chaulk it up to a lesson we've learned
Oh, when you're playin' with fire
Girl, someone must get burned

Ooh-oh I didn't mean to love you so good, Juanita
And I'm sorry now if you feel more than you should, Juanita
Whoa-oh, I didn't want you to want me like you do
Juanita darlin', I'm no good for you

Whoa-oh, I didn't want you to want me like you do
Whoa Juanita darlin', I'm no good for you

I didn't mean to love you so good, Juanita
And I'm sorry now if you feel more than you should, Juanita

Ooh-oh I didn't mean to love you so good, Juanita...


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