"I said never again (but here we are)" as written by Robert Davis, Julian Stephen Gingell and Barry Stone....
One, two, three, four!

I said no, no never
We don't go together
Oh, I really couldn't take anymore
Now it's two weeks later
I feel such a traitor
Oh, I let you in my back door

You're the one who's creeping
Rough love's so deceiving
I said never again but here we are
A pure, pure sweetness
You're my only weakness
I said never again but here we are

Now, I don't rush in
I bite my lip and let you know
I really like the game you play
I'd be better off without you
But I can't live without you
No, am I ever gonna break away

You're the one who's creeping
Rough love's so deceiving
I said never again but here we are
A pure, pure sweetness
You're my only weakness
I said never again but here we are

Yeah
I tried to run but I don't get too far

'Cause I can't let go
I can't take no more
Boy, I want you so
Oh-oo-oh

No, I can't let go
I can't take no more
And I want you so
Oh-oo-oh

One, two, three, four!

You're the one who's creeping
Rough love's so deceiving (so deceiving)
I said never again but here we are (here we are)
A pure, pure sweetness
You're my only weakness
I said never again but here we are

You're the one who's creeping
Rough love's so deceiving
I said never again but here we are
A pure, pure sweetness
You're my only weakness
I said never again but here we are

I said never again, I said never again
I said never again but here we are
Never again, never again
I told you never to play your new guitar


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"I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)" as written by Julian Stephen Gingell Barry Stone

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    General Comment"I let you in my back door"...."rough love"....if nothing else, this is my kinda lyric!
    imrazoron March 22, 2010   Link

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