"Don't Wanna Fight" as written by Zachary Riley Cockrell, Heath Allen Fogg, Brittany Amber Howard and Steven William Johnson....
My life, your life
Don't cross them lines
What you like, what I like
Why can't we both be right?
Attacking, defending
Until there's nothing left worth winning
Your pride and my pride
Don't waste my time

I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
Don't wanna fight no more, ah

I'll take from my hand
Put in your hands
The fruit of all my grief
Lying down ain't easy
When everyone is pleasing
I can't get no relief
Living ain't no fun
The constant dedication
Keeping the water and power on
There ain't nobody left
Why can't I catch my breath?
I'm gonna work myself to death

I don't wanna fight no more
Don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more, ah
No, no, no, no!

I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight, I don't wanna fight!
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more
I don't wanna fight no more


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"Don't Wanna Fight" as written by Heath Allen Fogg Brittany Amber Howard

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    General CommentI don't think this song is about a couple fighting...

    It think it's more about political commentary. Almost seems like she doesn't wanna fighting in those riots in Baltimore and Ferguson.
    ArsMoridenion May 05, 2016   Link

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