You Don't Want Me Anymore

Album: Steel Breeze (1982)
Charted: 16
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  • Undecided, don't know where to go

    Don't know what I'm gonna do, oh
    Uninvited, I'm knockin' at your door
    And I would like to call on you, but
    You don't want me anymore

    So let me explain 'cause I don't want to lose you
    You don't want me anymore
    I tried so hard, so hard to please you
    I remember, baby, on the day you left

    You said you'd never understand, oh
    But I keep thinkin' if you try real hard
    You can give me just one more chance, 'cause
    You don't want me anymore

    So let me explain 'cause I don't want to lose you
    You don't want me anymore
    No
    I know you're thinkin'

    I'm just no good (I know you're thinkin')
    But I won't give up
    So give it up
    You don't want me anymore

    You don't want me anymore
    You don't want me anymore
    You don't want me anymore

    Undecided, don't know where to go

    Don't know what I'm gonna do
    Uninvited, I'm knockin' at your door
    Like I've a right to call on you
    CHORUS

    You don't want me anymore
    Let me explain, 'cause I don't want to lose ya
    You don't want me anymore
    Tried so hard, so hard to please ya
    I remember baby, on the day you left

    You said you'd never understand
    I keep thinkin' if you try real hard
    You could give me just one more chance
    REPEAT CHORUS

    I know you're thinkin', I'm just no good (I know you're thinkin')

    But you won't give up, givin' love
    GUITAR BREAK

    You don't want me anymore

    You don't want me anymore
    You don't want me anymore Writer/s: KEN GOORABIAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • Marcel Macias from Colusa CaMan in my opinion steel breeze is one of the greatest bands ever a cross between the cars and loverboy
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn November 20, 1982, Steel Breeze performed "You Don't Want Me Anymore" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'...
    At the time the song was in it's second of two weeks at #16 on Billboard's Top 100, that would also be it's peak position on the chart, and it spent twenty weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #9 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart...
    The California group had one other Top 100 record, "Dreamin' Is Easy", it peaked at #30 {for 3 weeks} on February 27th, 1983...
    Their 1982 self-titled debut album peaked at #50 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart.
  • Art from Santa Clarita, CaliforniaDon the video has a white flying V in it...at least it looks white to me :)
  • Brent from Denair, CaSaw them a few times during their hey day in Nor Cal in the early 80's. Great band and performers. Also did Temptation Eyes and their version was outstanding. Good memories of this song at The Club!
  • Chet from Buffalo, NyA great pop rock song with interesting construction. Wish we could have heard more from them.
  • Don from San Antonio, TxNice. Didn't the guitar player have a baby blue flying V? I'm gonna feel stupid now if he didn't. I like She Shelia from the Producers too. Now THAT would be killer to see both bands play together.
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