"You Never Need Nobody" as written by Zach Williams and Sam Ashworth....
You never need nobody
You never been alone
And I try to get your affection
And all I ever do is wrong

You could break a heart, in your sleep
Yeah the way you move, makes a grown man weak
They all knock at your door
Saying please, please, I can’t take no more

You never need nobody
You never been alone
And I try to get your affection
And all I ever do is wrong

You could calm a storm with your tone
And the way you sing, makes the mocking bird h'
The grass you walk on, gives way
Saying please, please, come back this way

You never need nobody
You never been alone
And I try to get your affection
And all I ever do is wrong

Give me your hardest fever
Loudest scream in the crowd
Darling these good times
Can’t change, the way I feel bout you now
Give me your hardest fever
Loudest scream in the crowd
And all of these good times can’t change
The way I feel bout you now

Now I know you got that smile
And the way you can drive a man half wild
I won’t dance around this no more
I’m the only one you should smile for, yeah

You never need nobody
You never been alone
And I try to get your affection
And all I ever do is wrong

You never need nobody
You never been alone
And I try to get your affection
And all I ever do is wrong


Lyrics submitted by jam3s, edited by sippola21, dishtowel

"You Never Need Nobody" as written by Zach Williams Sam Ashworth

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    General CommentI love this song so much. Love belting it out. It seems as if this girl who is sung about always has admirers and is never lonely. It's kind of interesting how the lines "And I try to get your affection / And all I ever do is wrong" seems to imply that they are not necessarily in a relationship, and later it more implies that they are: "I'm the only one you should smile for".

    For the record, I don't think the jealousy is at all serious or the sign of a controlling relationship, I think it's a lighthearted song with some exaggeration.
    sippola21on August 17, 2013   Link

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