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Barbara Mandrell – You're Not Supposed To Be Here lyrics

(Kent Robbins)

How in the world did you get my number
How did you know he's out of town
I thought we were over long ago
You shouldn't be here hangin' round

And we shouldn't meet here in this restaurant
You shouldn't be holdin' my hand
I shouldn't be wantin' what I want
When I belong to another man

Chorus
You're not supposed to be here
You're not supposed to want me
You're not supposed to make me want you
You're not supposed to be here
You're not supposed to tempt me
I'm not supposed to care, but I do

How did we ever let this happen
We're just supposed to be old friends
I prayed I wouldn't fall back in love with you
But now I pray that it won't end

Chorus

You're not supposed to be so close to me
You're just supposed to be a memory

Chorus

We shouldn't meet here at this restaurant
You shouldn't be holding my hand
I shouldn't be wanting what I want
When I belong to another man

Chorus

How in the world did we let this happen
We're just supposed to be old friends
I prayed I wouldn't fall in love with you
Now I pray that it won't end



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