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Well, I remember when I met you baby
Back a long time ago
Well, you were telling me you loved me
I bet you just didn't know
Well, now you say
That you've got news for me
Well, I know it's the hurting kind
Well, I know you're gonna tell me
Baby, you can never see
And you keep on screaming at me
As I'm going out the door

Chorus:
Respect me in the morning
Don't love you no more
Well, I've been coming here
Loving you baby
Seven long nights a week
But every time I leave you
You're right back out on the streets
And you been saying you've been true to me
My friends they say
You're telling me lies
And if you don't straighten up your act
I think I'm gonna blacken your eyes
And you keep screaming at me
As I'm walking out the door.

Well, I remember whe I met you baby
Back a long time ago
You were telling me you loved me
How much you just didn't know
But now you say you got news for me
Well, I know it's a hurting kind
I know you're gonna tell me
Baby, you can never be mine
And you keep on screaming at me
As I'm going out the door

Chorus:
Oh, respect me in your morning
I don't want 'round it no more
And you keep on screaming at me
As I'm going out the door
Respect me in the morning
Or don't come 'round here no more



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