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Liz Callaway – Forget About Love lyrics

(Feat. Gilbert Gottfreid)

Forget about that guy
Forget about the way you fell into his eyes
Forget about his charms
Forget about the way he held you in his arms

Walking on air's obnoxious
The thrills, the chills will make you nauseous
And you'll never get enough
Just forget about love

Forget about romance
Forget about the way your heart begins to dance
Then you feel the blush
When he's spouting out some sentimental mush

Love really is revolting
It's even worse than when you're molting
Enough of this fluff
Just forget about love

I had almost forgotten the way it felt
When he held out his hand for mine
My heart all a-flutter
Oh, how I shudder
The first time we kissed
It won't be missed

Forget about his touch
(I can't forget about his touch)
In the scheme of things, it doesn't matter much
It matters so much
You're better on your own
A meal becomes a banquet when you eat alone

Love's filled with compromises
And don't you hate those big surprises

A cozy rendevouz
Oh, please
Candle light for two
Oh, jeez
Look, you're calling my bluff
I can't forget about love
(Just forget about love)



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