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Are you in a bad mood?
Don't you wanna talk about it?
Did I say somethin' rude?
You don't have to cry about it

Aren't you feelin' okay?
Would you like a little company?
Or did you have a bad day?
Are you mad at me? Well let it show

Don't tell me nothing
Don't tell me nothing
I don't wanna know

There's nothing I hate more than nothing
Nothing keeps me up at night
I toss and turn over nothing
Nothing could cause a great big fight

Hey, what's the matter?
Hey, what's the matter?
What's wrong with you
What's wrong with you
Don't tell me nothing

Hey, what's the matter?
Hey, what's the matter?
What's wrong with you
What's wrong with you

There's nothing I hate more than nothing
Nothing keeps me up at night
I toss and turn over nothing
Nothing could cause a great big fight

Hey, talk to me
Hey, talk to me
Are you feeling blue, blue
Hey, talk to me
Are you feeling blue, blue, blue
Hey, talk to me

Don't tell me nothing
Don't tell me nothing
Don't tell me nothing
I don't want to know
I don't want to know
I don't want to know
I don't want to know nothing
I don't want to know nothing
I don't want to know nothing

Are you feeling blue, blue, blue
Hey, talk to me
Hey, talk to me
Don't tell me nothing
Hey, talk to me



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