If You Don't Want My Love

Album: Bruised Orange (1978)
  • If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    I know who
    I'll give it to
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    Anymore.

    If you don't want the thrill
    If you don't want the thrill
    If you don't want the thrill
    I know who
    I know who will
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    Anymore.

    If that's the way that the world goes round
    Then that's the way
    That it all comes down
    And when you want me
    I won't be around
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    I know who
    I'll give it to
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    If you don't want my love
    Anymore. Writer/s: Phillip Spector, John Prine
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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