"Don’t Save Me" as written by Peter Zizzo, Kare Vestrheim and Marit Larsen....
Whenever you need someone to tell you to slow down on the drinks
Whenever you had a little too much
Whenever you need an alibi for all your rooked schemes
Or need an escape just because

Whenever you lost a job or you just down a cigarette
Whenever you're stuck, tell me what you need
I'll be the cure for all your heart but darling don't forget
That whatever you do, don't fall for me

'Cause if your heart is set on something that it's not suppose to be
If your eyes are looking for something, you're not suppose to see
I'd rather turn around, turn you down, no matter how much I'd hate to leave
So whatever you do, please don't fall for me

Maybe I'm underestimating everything we've got
Maybe I'm cold, maybe I'm not
Maybe I'm too afraid to take a risk on something good,
But if it was right, maybe I would

'Cause if your heart is set on something that it's not suppose to be
If your eyes are looking for something, you're not suppose to see
I'd rather turn around, turn you down, no matter how much I'd hate to leave
So whatever you do, please don't fall for me

If your heart is set on something that it's not suppose to be (not suppose to be)
If your eyes are looking for something, you're not suppose to see (not suppose to see)
I'd rather turn around, turn you down, no matter how much I'd hate to leave
So whatever you do, please don't fall for me

Don't fall for me

Whatever you do, don't fall for me, don't fall for me


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"Please Don't Fall for Me" as written by Marit Larsen Tofer Brown

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    General CommentI think this one is obvious, but I am surprized no comments. This album needs a north american release!

    A break-up song, but she's accepted that it is over and that it needs to end before it gets bad. The relationship has run its course and she's okay with it. No regrets.

    Much more positive than the usual heartache and sorrow often expressed in breakup songs, where the perspective is usually from the person on the receiving end of the breakup.
    wayupnorthon May 16, 2007   Link

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