Album: Back to Basics (2006)
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  • You know who you are
    This is for you

    Hm, yeah, oh, yeah, oh

    I thought I knew who you were
    I see now you were a lesson to learn
    And all I am to you now is a bridge that's been burned
    Now I was the first to believe
    I made you part of my musical dream
    And your thanks to me came without an apology, yeah

    We wrote "Loving Me 4 Me" don't walk away
    "Can't Hold Us Down" all part of our history
    Don't forget Infatuation "I'm a Fighter"
    Feeling under appreciated

    Yeah, this song is for you, to remind you
    That I moved on, sang my songs
    I've got no regrets

    Mm, oh

    Hope it all was worth it, uh
    Looks like I didn't need you
    Still got the album out
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Nadia from Phoenix, AzThe Tital F*U*S*S*
    F*ck You Scott Storch

    She felt betrayed by him, thought he should have some oloyalty after they did so many songs together on the last album...

    This song is a big finger in the air to him.
  • Violet from Santa Barbara , CaI couldn't decide if I liked this song or not.
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