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If You Think I Don’t Need You lyrics

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Elvis Presley – If You Think I Don’t Need You lyrics

If you think I don't need you
Then take a look in my eyes
Maybe these ain't raindrops
Falling out of the sky

Since you been gone
I've been so alone
If you think I don't need you
Then baby you're wrong

If you think I don't love you
What could I do to prove to you baby
My love is true
I sing the same old song
Since you've been gone
If you think I don't love you
Then baby you're wrong

My life ain't been the same since you left me
I ain't had a wink of sleep in seven days
I don't know what to do I'm going crazy
I just walk the floor at night and call your name

If you think I don't do right
I'll change my ways
I'll do like you want me to, I'll be your slave
Since you been gone
I've been so alone
If you think I don't need you
Well baby you're wrong

If you think I don't do right
I'll change my ways
I'll do like you want me to, I'll be your slave
Since you been gone
I've been so alone
If you think I don't need you

Well baby you're wrong
Well baby you're wrong
Well baby you're wrong



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