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Gerry Rafferty – Don't Get Me Wrong lyrics

I can tell by your expression that there's something in the air
You think I'm walking out on you, you think that I don't care

Oh no don't get me wrong
I wouldn't want to hurt you
Anytime I come on strong it's only self-defense

I can't deny that sometimes I feel so cold and heartless
Then you become suspicious 'cause you can't make any sense out of me...

Everytime we talk now it just ends up in a fight
It starts off in the evening and it goes on through the night

Oh no don't get me wrong
I wouldn't want to hurt you
Anytime I come on strong it's only self-defense

Tell me what you want and I'll make it all come true
Cause I can't talk to no one if I can't talk to you

Oh no don't get me wrong
I wouldn't want to hurt you
Anytime I come on strong it's only self-defense



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