"Don't Mess with Cupid" as written by Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper and Willia Dean Parker....
You must have thought my love was for fun, honey
You tried to spend it like a dollar
You got the right string, baby
But your yo-yo is the wrong color, honey I'm tellin' you

Don't you mess with cupid, no, no
Cupid, he's not stupid, baby
Don't you mess with cupid, no, no
Cupid, he's not stupid

You thought my love was just a rug on the floor, honey
Just to walk on and nothing more
You just don't seem to understand
That I'm a man, baby—a full-grown man, honey I'm tellin' you

Don't you mess with cupid, no, no
Cupid, he's not stupid, baby
Don't you mess with cupid, baby
Cupid, he's not stupid, no, no, no

When I look for you, you're never home
Like a lamp, you turn me off and on
But like a shade that dims the light
When it's opened, I can't do nothing right
I'm warning you, baby
Don't you mess with this cupid, no, no
Baby, he's not stupid
Baby don't mess with me
I-I'm just a man, baby, full-grown man, I don't want you to mess with
Don't ruin my life, honey
Don't play with cupid, baby
Hey, hey, hey, yeah
I got to tell you, babe
Hey, all right, honey
I-I gon' move for you


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"Don't Mess With Cupid" as written by Steve Cropper Eddie Floyd

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