Don't Tell Me You Love Me

Album: Finally Famous (2011)
  • I know your tears more than you 'cause I see 'em so much
    That's what happens when you're here with no trust, okay
    I lied, cheated, you cried
    You done worse shit, and I'm still here, right?
    And motherfuck your friends
    All them hoes hatin'
    If you're not down, then what's your location?
    I called and checked in every night and that was not probation
    They gave they two cents and we ain't ask for no donation
    Man, you on some other other shit
    Just found out about my other other bitch
    Went from "I love ya" to "Ya don't know who ya fuckin' with"
    Fresh off of vacay and already need another trip
    She said I had enough tries
    Oh, and I'm the reason that she doesn't trust guys
    What's the perfect girl if it's not the perfect time?
    If you wanna leave fine

    Just don't tell me you love me
    You're gonna make it too hard for me
    I wish you were ugly
    It'd wouldn't be so hard to leave
    'Cause baby I hate to, love you
    I can't make up my mind
    'Cause right when I tell you it's over
    By the end of the night, I be right back in bed witchu
    You you you you
    I be right back in bed witch you
    You you you you
    So don't tell me you love me

    Wishin' I would've tried more
    She wanted the truth
    Truthfully I wish I lied more
    'Cause when I was true,
    All I heard was buy more,
    Fuck you, who is that? And I don't know why more
    We were picture perfect and I tore it all apart
    But if I pick up all the pieces we could still be a collage
    Feelin' like we ended too soon
    Used to stay home and do it in all the rooms
    Back shots, I know what you like
    Had you hittin' high notes and you don't even need no autotune
    Nights I was Patron'ed up
    Girls dressed alike lookin' like they cloned up
    Same nights I wouldn't pick my phone up
    And you was thinkin' "Damn boy, grow up!"
    And I could still hear her leavin'
    Crazy, when a heart breaks it never breaks even
    I even found another girl that's perfect
    And I'm the only reason we're not workin'
    'Cause what's the perfect girl if it's not the perfect time?
    And if you wanna stay, fine

    Just don't tell me you love me
    You're gonna make it too hard for me
    I wish you were ugly
    It'd wouldn't be so hard to leave
    'Cause baby I hate to, love you
    I can't make up my mind
    'Cause right when I tell you it's over
    By the end of the night, I be right back in bed witchu
    You you you you
    I be right back in bed witch you
    You you you you
    So don't tell me you love me

    So don't tell me you love me,
    Whatever you do, whatever you do
    So don't tell me you love me
    So don't tell me you love me,
    Whatever you do, whatever you do
    So don't tell me you love me Writer/s: SEAN MICHAEL ANDERSON, ERNEST DION WILSON, MICHAEL ROBERT HENRION POSNER, KEVIN RANDOLPH, STEVE WYREMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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