"Smoke Without Fire" as written by Bernard Butler and Aimee Ann Duffy....
If I'd known you were cheating me,
I would have saved myself and set you free.
If I learned you weren't the loving kind,
I would have saved some peace of mind.

My friends told me you would break my heart,
And never last, we would surely part.

There's no smoke without fire,
Baby, baby you're a liar.

People talk in this little town,
Rumours keep spreading all around.
And now word has it you've been foolin' me,
I'm so blind that I cannot see.

My friends told me never to believe in you,
You never loved me you were never true.

There's no smoke without fire,
Baby, baby you're a liar.

No there's no smoke without fire.
Baby, baby you're a liar.
You're a liar
You're a liar
You're a liar
Baby you're a liar.

There's no light without a flame,
There's no use in having you to blame.

No
There's no smoke without fire.
Baby, baby you're a liar.
You're a liar


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"Smoke Without Fire" as written by Aimee Duffy Bernard Butler

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