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You can talk about
My switching walk
But you sure don't fool me
With that sweet, soft talk

It doesn't mean a thing
I don't care what you do
Cause, darling, darling
I'm over you, I'm over you

Every fellow that I've ever met
Has tried to put me
In that well known net

And like a good girl, I try
To face the problem
With a smile
But if I give an inch
He wants to take a mile

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah

You had your chance
But you couldn't be true
Without knowing, I put
All my trust in you

If I had fell into
Your well laid plan
People would say, there
Goes a messed up woman

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah

You don't move me
With your handsome walk
And you sure don't fool me
With that sweet, soft talk

It doesn't mean a thing
I don't care what you do
Cause, darling, darling
I'm over you, I'm over you
I'm over you, I'm over you
I'm over you, I'm over you...



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