"Don't Invent Me" as written by and Nicola Hitchcock Saul Freeman....
I won't know another 'til I know even though
I keep on telling you but still
Oh no no I won't know another till I know
Here only love don't invent me till you need me
Will I fall in now only love don't invent me till you need me
I won't love another till I learn
Even though I keep on telling you but still
Oh no I won't love another till I learn


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"Don't Invent Me" as written by Saul Freeman Nicola Hitchcock

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    General CommentI think this song is about how we fall in love with the idea of someone and confuse that with the reality of who that person really is - which may effectively defy that idea. She's saying "Don't invent me, 'til you need me" - note that she uses the word 'need' as opposed to 'want' which is most commonly used in love songs. "I want you, I want to be with you", etc. She is not denying that there's an element of falsehood involved with the notion of 'inventing' someone, but she would rather be assured that the ideal stems from this person 'needing' her.
    gavtailon January 25, 2009   Link

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