No no no
You don't love me and I know now
No no no
You don't love me so let me go now
(Me cyann' let you go, can't let you go)
And if you ask me, baby (baby)
I shoulda left you a long time ago, no

Playas gonna play
A least that's what they say
Well I know that for myself now
(You know I love you)
You said you loved me babe
Then you played your game
A game that I know all too well now
Well I use to buy your lines
But it's time for me to sail now

No no no
You don't love me and I know now
No no no
You don't love me so let me go now
(I can't let you go, can't let you go)
If you ask me, baby
I shoulda left you a long time ago, no

Ay baby, don't you tell me no
Please tell me yes
Without so many stress
Straight up tell me yes
Gimme di key fi pull yuh treasure chest
Or I will neva rest
I suggest you make me feel me climbin' on Mount Everest
Hey Rihanna
Your lovin' really put me to the test
But if you should request mi soul the answer would be yes
Yes to this, yes to that, yes to whateva you suggest
So please say yes
No no no

Haters gonna hate
(Let them hate)
I found out much too late
I think I know we're a little too hot now
The truth leads to the lies
The heart ain't always right
And I see that love is blind now
Boy you used to have my trust
But without no trust there ain't no us boy

No no no
You don't love me and I know now
No no no
You don't love me so let me go now
(I can't let you go, can't let you go)
If you ask me, baby
I shoulda left you a long time ago, no
I can't let you go, so please say yes
No, no, no
It's so over baby
You don't love me, and I know now
No, no, no


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You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) Lyrics as written by Willie Cobbs Ellas Mcdaniel

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    A woman has been cheated on, and she decides to leave the man because she doesn't want to be played again. Also, Vybz Cartel seems to portray how obsessed the guy is. He doesn't want her to leave him.

    "Don't tell me no Please tell me yes without some of this stress Straight up tell me yes Gimme the keys to ya reasure chest Ya chest will rise neva rest As ya chest you got me feelin' like I'm climbin on Mount Everest Hey, Rihanna Your lovin' really put me to the test But if you shoulda let me soon the answer will yes Yes to this yes to that yes to whateva you suggest So please say yes"

    Obsessive.

    bsfan18on August 16, 2011   Link
  • -1
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    hahahahah no nobody loves you!!!!!! hahaha

    Icantspellon April 17, 2006   Link

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