Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)

Album: Come On Over (1997)
Charted: 5 40
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  • Cool, yeah
    Oh, oh, yeah

    You're so complicated, you hang over my shoulder
    When I read my mail
    I don't appreciate it
    When I talk to other guys
    You think they're on my tail

    I get so aggravated when I get off the phone
    And I get the third degree
    I'm really feelin' frustrated
    Why don't you take a pill
    And put a little trust in me
    And you'll see

    Don't freak out until you know the facts
    Relax

    Don't be stupid, you know I love you
    Don't be ridiculous, you know I need you
    Don't be absurd, you know I want you
    Don't be impossible

    I'm mad about you (I'm mad about you)
    I can't live without you (I can't live without you)
    I'm crazy 'bout you (I'm crazy 'bout you)
    So don't be stupid, you know I love you

    Stop overreacting
    You even get suspicious when I paint my nails
    It's definitely distracting
    The way you dramatize every little small detail

    Don't freak out until you know the facts
    Relax, Max

    Don't be stupid, you know I love you
    Don't be ridiculous, you know I need you
    Don't be absurd, you know I want you
    Don't be impossible
    I'm mad about you (I'm mad about you)
    I can't live without you (can't live without you)
    I'm crazy 'bout you (I'm crazy 'bout you)
    Don't be stupid, you know I love you

    Don't be stupid, you're my baby

    I'm mad about you (I'm mad about you)
    I can't live without you (I can't live without you)
    I'm crazy 'bout you (I'm crazy 'bout you)
    Don't be stupid, you know I love you
    Don't be ridiculous, you know I need you
    Don't be absurd, you know I want you
    Don't be impossible, impossible oh no no no
    Don't be, don't be, don't be a baby
    Don't be particular, no no oh, don't be stupid Writer/s: Robert John Lange, Shania Twain
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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