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Aretha Franklin – Don't Play That Song lyrics

Don't play that song for me
'Cause it brings back memories
Of days that I once knew
The days that I spent with you
Oh no, don't let him play it
It fills my heart with pain
Please stop it right away
I remember just-a what he said

He said darling, "Darling, I love you"
And I know that he lied
"Darling, I love you"
You know that you lied
"Darling, I love you"
You know that you lied, you lied,
You lied, lied, lied, lied (to me)

Hey Mr., don't play it no more
Don't play it no more
I can't stand it, don't play it no more
Don't play it no more, no more, no more

I Remember on our first date
He kissed me and he walked away
I was only seventeen
I didn't think he could be so mean

He told me darling
"Darling, I love you"
Baby, baby you lied
"Darling, I need you"
Oooooh you lied
"Darling, I love you"
You know that you lied, lied, lied (to me)

Ohh darling
"Darling, I love you"
You know that you lied
"Darling I need you"
You know I know you lied
"Darling, I love you:
Darling you lied, you lied, you lied
Oooh you lied to me
Don't play it no more
I can't stand it
Don't play it no more
(repeat to fade)



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