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Don't You Want My Love lyrics

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Linda Davis – Don't You Want My Love lyrics

(Skip Ewing/Don Sampson)

I told you that my love was true
All along thought yours was too
Now it just don't feel the same
Tell me honey what's your game
I can't take another lonely nightwondering if we're gonna work out right

Oh don't you wany my, don't you want my love
Darlin is it wrong
To want you to tell me and
Stop stringing me along
Don't you want my love, don't you want my love

I can read between the lines
But baby I can't read your mind
So if it's time for me to go
You'll just have to let me know
Honey don't keep treating me so cruel
Don't you know I'll always be your fool

Oh don't you wany my, don't you want my love
Darlin is it wrong
To want you to tell me and
Stop stringing me along
Don't you want my love, don't you want my love

Oh don't you wany my, don't you want my love
Darlin is it wrong
To want you to tell me and
Stop stringing me along
Don't you want my love, don't you want my love
Don't you want my love, don't you want my love

Don't you want my love



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