People try to push me
Around and around
They tell me what's goin' up
I tell them what's goin' down
Why don't they leave me alone
I'm just high on life
Just livin' on the edge
That's what I like

Ya don't fool me or rule me
I know better, ya don't fool me or rule me
I can't take anymore

That's not enough for me
'Cause if you want me
You got to prove that you're true
Don't want nobody messin' round
Behind my back, doing things that they do

Ya like to sit, rap, talk about it
Chit chat and smile
Kinda gossipin' about the scene
I don't want none of that
That's where it's at
Come on, grow up, that's what I mean ya

You don't show me
How you feel, you try to hide it
But I'm seein' right through your lies
You don't know me, well I'm packin' my bags
'Cause that's not enough for me


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That's Not Enough Lyrics as written by Mark Slaughter Dana Strum

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