I Just Don't Understand

Album: On the Way Up (1961)
Charted: 17
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  • Well you call me your baby
    When you're holdin' my hand
    Mm, how you can hurt me
    I just don't understand

    Well you say that you need me
    Like the ocean needs sand
    But the way you mistreat me
    I just don't understand

    Well you know that I love you
    More than anyone can
    But a one-sided love
    I just don't understand (don't understand)

    Well you know that I love you
    More than anyone can
    But a one-sided love
    I just don't understand (don't understand)

    Well you call me your baby
    And you hold my hand
    Ah, honey, you hurt me
    And I just don't understand (don't understand) Writer/s: Kent Westberry, Marijohn Wilkin
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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