Don't Call This Love

Album: Right Now (2008)
Charted: 3
  • Cry in the rain, nothing to say
    Lately I wonder who you are today
    I know all about you but I don't understand
    Why you won't see me? Why things have changed?

    Oh baby, something's going on
    God knows, I know

    'Cause you can't keep nothing from me
    'Cause I know what I've seen now
    You can try your best to deceive
    But I know where you've been now

    And you can cry your heart out to me
    But it's hard to believe
    Don't call this love, love

    I might be no good in your eyes only
    But one day you'll see that I was good for you, honey
    You need to grow up, get your life together
    We can't go on now doing this to each other

    Oh baby, something's going on
    And God knows you know

    'Cause you can't keep nothing from me
    'Cause I know what I've seen now
    You can try your best to deceive
    But I know where you've been now

    And you can cry your heart out to me
    But it's hard to believe
    Don't call this love, love

    Oh, listen to me, ooh
    Hey, no, no, no, no, no, baby
    Don't call this love

    'Cause you can't keep nothing from me
    'Cause I know what I've seen now
    You can try your best to deceive
    But I know where you've been now

    And you can cry your heart out to me
    But it's hard to believe
    Don't call this love

    I said don't call this love
    Don't call this, this love
    Don't call it love
    Writer/s: BRYN LOUIE CHRISTOPHER, CARL ANTHONY FALK, CHRIS BRAIDE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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