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(Wayne Perry/Gerald Smith)

Sir if you don't mind I'd rather be alone
From the moment I walked in tonight
You've been coming on
If I've told you once I've told you twice
I'm just here to unwind
I'm not interested in romance or
What you have in mind

What part of no don't you understand
To put it plain and simple
I'm not into one night stands
I'll be glad to explain it
If it's too hard to comprehend
So tell me what part of no
Don't you understand

I appreciate the drink and the
Rose was nice of you
I don't mean to be so mean
But I don't think I'm getting through
No I don't need no company
No I don't wanna dance
So what part of no don't you understand

What part of no don't you understand
To put it plain and simple
I'm not into one night stands
I'll be glad to explain it
If it's too hard to comprehend
So tell me what part of no
Don't you understand



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