Don't Wanna Fall in Love

Album: Jane Child (1990)
Charted: 22 2
  • Ain't no personal thing, boy
    But you have got to stay away
    Far, far away from my heart, my heart
    Don't you know what your kiss is doing
    Let me tell it to you from the start, boy

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the end, baby

    You've been hanging around, boy
    And you have started sinking in
    Whoa baby, you're way out of line now
    Unaware how this all got started
    Let me tell it you one more time, boy

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the end, baby

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the end

    I learned something about myself
    Last night with you I knew
    I didn't want nobody else
    And you're scaring me to death now baby

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the end

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the end

    I don't wanna fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good, baby yeah
    I'll fight you to the end

    I don't want to fall in love
    Love cuts just like a knife
    You make the knife feel good
    I'll fight you to the endWriter/s: JANE CHILD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Steve from Valencia, CaI believe that the song was produced by the very talented LA session guitarist, James Harrah, who also toured with Madonna and Bobby Caldwell(What You won't Do For love)
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