I Don't Wanna Know

Album: Hurt No More (2004)
Charted: 1 2
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  • I just can't believe this man
    Just another night of these thoughts
    Can't get this outta my head, yeah

    Somebody said they saw you
    The person you were kissing wasn't me
    And I would never ask you
    I just kept it to myself

    I don't wanna know
    If you're playin' me, keep it on the low
    'Cause my heart can't take it anymore
    And if you're creepin', please don't let it show
    Oh baby, I don't wanna know

    Oh baby
    I think about it when I hold you
    When looking in your eyes, I can't believe
    I don't need to know the truth
    Baby, keep it to yourself

    I don't wanna know
    If you're playin' me, keep it on the low
    'Cause my heart can't take it anymore
    And if you're creepin', please don't let it show
    Oh baby, I don't wanna know

    Did he touch you better than me
    Did he watch you fall asleep
    Did you show him all those things
    That you used to do to me
    If you're better off that way
    Baby all that I can say
    If you're gonna do your thing
    Then don't come back to me

    I don't wanna know your whereabouts or how you movin'
    I know when you in the house or when you cruisin'
    Its been proven, my love you abusin'
    I can't understand how a man got you choosin' (yeah)
    Undecided I came and provided, my undivided
    You came and denied it (why?)
    Don't even try it, I know when you lyin' (I know when you lyin)
    Don't even do that
    I know why you cryin' (stop cryin)
    I'm not applyin' no pressure, just wanna let you know
    That I don't wanna let you go (I don't wanna let you go)
    And I don't wanna let you leave
    Can't say I didn't let you breathe
    Gave you extra cheese (c'mon) put you in the SUV
    You wanted ice so I made you freeze
    Made you hot like the west indies (that's right)
    Now its time you invest in me
    'Cause if not then its best you leave
    Holla yeah

    I don't wanna know
    If you're playin' me, keep it on the low
    'Cause my heart can't take it anymore
    And if you're creepin', please don't let it show
    Oh baby, I don't wanna know

    I don't wanna know
    If you're playin' me, keep it on the low
    'Cause my heart can't take it anymore
    And if you're creepin', please don't let it show
    Oh baby, I don't wanna know Writer/s: Chauncey Lamont Hawkins, Eithne Ni Bhraonain, Mario Winans, Michael Jones, Nicky Ryan, Parrish J. Smith, Roma Ryan
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • G from Stockholm, SwedenThere is another off-shoot of this Enya Riff - "Roads" by Portishead from their LP "Dummy". The beat has been slowed down but the loan is unmistakable.
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