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Tamia


I sat outside your house today
Just thinkin' you'll never learn
It's like the time I packed your things
And dropped 'em off where you were
I know you love to wash your car
So I left it in the lake
They say the strongest part of love is called hate

(Do you feel like I should)
Sit around with your touch
And your smell on my couch
And your hair in my brush
I loved you too much

(Do you think that I should)
Move along, change my phone
Get it on, I'll be gone
Treat him wrong 'til the day
That someone loves me the same way

Chorus
How am I supposed to feel?
What exactly should I do?
I know you're no good for me
Yet and still I'm lovin' you
I'm must cite these lonely nights
Beggin' you to do me right
This time I just don't know
Heart says stay, mind says go

I knew I heard it in your voice
Something was wrong with our date
I feel I didn't have the choice
My heart was not in the way
Found out that I'm up in the cut
Some chick was wearing my face
You're lucky I'm in a good mood
Or she'll lay

Do you know how it feels
Sittin' 'round, smellin' sheets
Feelin' down, watchin' Heat
But my friends where you been
I'm with her again

Do you think that it's cool
To rock the fool in my house
I put you out, you come back in
We fight again, nobody wins
And baby, you should know that this is it

Chorus x2

[electronic voice repeats "go" in the background]

Oh oh oh oh
Hey, ooh, yeah
Ooh ooh, ooh ooh
Ohh

Sometimes you can't let go
Even when your heart says so
I have to let you see
Your love will never be
?? with me you see
Can't let you, just don't need
I tried to love you still
I now know how it feels

Chorus x2

How am I supposed to feel?
(It says go, go, go)
I know you're no good for me)
(Go go, go go)
I must cite these lonely nights
(Beggin' you to do me right)
This time I just don't know
Heart says stay, mind says go

Chorus


TAMIA

Tamia Washington-Hill (born May 9, 1975 in Windsor, Ontario) is a Canadian R&B singer. She is noted for her spinto mezzo-soprano, a rangy three octaves, capable of both dark contralto depths and angelic soprano highs. Tamia has released three albums since her discovery by Quincy Jones in 1995, at the age of nineteen: 1998's Tamia, 2000's A Nu Day, and 2004's More. All achieved moderate success on R&B charts and urban radio, but failed to achieve mainstream success. ... Read More