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I've been waiting for so long
When I thought I had thought you were gone
But now you're callin' me
You been checkin' loud but you said nothing
When you knew that I felt somethingЎЄshould've never fell for you

You wanna talk that game but you ain't got the nerve
You're gonna trip on this when you get what you deserve

(I'm over you)
Don't Start Now
The feeling's come and gone
You played me far too long
Now I'm over you
Toodle-oo baby
Don't Start Now
The feeling's come and gone
You played me far too long
Now I'm over you
Toodle-oo baby

My friends they tell me you're no good I never listen but I should
Cause you ain't right for me
Now you're stopping over every day
Getting all your stuff up in my face
And that ain't what I need

There was a time when you were fine you were the one
And now I'm steppin' out the deal is said and done


All I wanted was to chill sometime with you
But I never got a single sign from you
Had to be a player crimin' with your crew
Thinking it was dopeЎЄ(I don't think so)
Now you're comin' on ancient history
Take a look around it ain't no mystery
Time for you to find a ho in hosiery
I ain't standin' with you


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