No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)
by 3LW

Album: 3LW (2000)
Charted: 6 23


  • In this song, the protagonist is confirming her suspicions that the man she was dating is cheating on her. She is enraged and speaks with her friends about the situation. Her friends suggest that she to confront the man and dump him in front of his mistress. She follows this advice, but the man asks for forgiveness. However, she dumps him in front of his friends and his mistress, who later abandons him. It was likely a sign of what the man did and their way of making him feel sorry for cheating on the one he loves. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Margaret - Worcester, MA
  • This was the first single for 3LW (Three Little Women), and it was their biggest hit.


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