"Thin Line Between Love And Hate" as written by and Richard/poindexter Poindexter....
Men zegt van liefde dat ze zacht is
Als een lief en teder woord

[Chorus]
It's a thin line between love and hate
It's a thin line between love and hate

It's five o'clock in the morning
And you're just getting in
A knock upon the door
A voice sweet and low says
(who is it?)
She opens up the door
And she lets you in
And never once does she say
"where have you been?"

She says,"hold it,
Are you hungry,did you eat yet,
Let me hang up your coat now"
And all the time she's smiling
Never raises her voice
It's five o'clock in the morning
And you don't give it a second thought

[Chorus]

The sweetest woman in the world

Could be the meanest woman in the world
If you make her be that way
She might be holding something in
That's really gonna hurt you
One of these fine days

There you are in the hospital
Bandaged from foot to head
In a state of shock
That much from bein' dead
You didn't think your woman
Could do something like that to you
You didn't think she'd got the nerve
Actions speak louder than words
Louder than words
Louder than words
Louder than words,come on

Come on,baby, baby
If you won't give a damn about me
Come on baby, baby
You don't really care about me

Hear what I say
Hear what I say


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"Thin Line Between Love and Hate" as written by Jackie Members Eugene Poindexter Robert

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    General CommentFuck yeah... if the bastard cheats, don't let him forget it.
    meli jon April 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's the polite, ladylike women you need to really watch out for. Those are the women who hold anger in for years, quietly seething, while calculating. Men who play games over and over, without giving other people a second thought, eventually get played themselves. I feel privileged to have a front row seat to witnessing the downfall that one such loser earned. Justice can be very gratifying.
    RoseTeaCup1216on August 02, 2011   Link

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