i can't believe the words that you said to me
i thought that we were in love together
i can't believe the words that you said to me
i'm not afraid of you, or you either

love i'm in love, i'm in love i'm in love
i'm in love i'm in love, i'm in love i'm in love
like a glove like a glove, like a glove i'd stick to you

i can't believe everything that you told me the other day no way
you said that we were no longer in love but it was okay
how many times did we go out and see a movie

love i'm in love, i'm in love i'm in love
i'm in love i'm in love, i'm in love, i'm in love
like a glove like a glove, like a glove i'd stick to you
girl

you don't realize that i am standing all alone
and i'm waiting in the movies but i am waiting by the phone
you don't call me up and call me up and make me feel at home cause
realize that's why you're so much God i think that maybe i'm in love

l o v e love, l o v e love
l o v e love, g l o v e glove

i can't believe what you said to me, that day
you told me i wasn't right, yeah
i'm not in love with you no more, no way
i'm not in love with you no more, no girl
i'm not in love with you no more, no way
i'm not in love with you, i'm going to find my next girlfriend

today's my find a girlfriend day
thank you very much


Lyrics submitted by Mike2M24

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    Making fun of Europian Pop music from the '80s....but besides that, i love this song, it's fun.

    MonthofAuguston April 15, 2002   Link
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    the first time i heard this song, it scared the crap out of me. it sounds so funny, the lyrics are crazy. my favorite is "like a glove i'd stick to you". i didnt know gloves stuck to people.

    littletexas3on March 20, 2003   Link
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    this song is alot of fun to sing along to at shows, especially when you get wierd looks from people who have no idea whats going on.

    marvin-martianon July 25, 2005   Link

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