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TELL ME WHO IT WAS
Tamia


Wait a minute

There's something on my mind

I can't hold in any longer

Turn around

Don't just turn the radio down

I don't wanna hear "oh, uh, oh, uh, oh, uh"

No, no, no (uh uh uh uh uh uh)


Wait a minute

There's something I wanna say


Tell me who joined us in the bed last night

Don't look at me crazy, it did not feel right

A little to drink, but had a lot to say

Tell me who it was, tell me who it was


Whoever she was, she was on your mind

You stuttered a name that didn't sound like mine

Your silence right now will jeopardize you and I

Tell me who it was, oh tell me who it was


Tell me who joined us in the bed last night

Don't look at me crazy, it did not feel right

A little to drink, but had a lot to say

Tell me who it was, tell me who it was


Whoever she was, she was on your mind

You stuttered a name that didn't sound like mine

Your silence right now will jeopardize you and I

Tell me who it was, oh tell me who it was


You left home early

And you came home late (again)

I know there's something goin' on

Tell me what it is

What does she have that I don't?

Don't try to even lie

I just wanna know the truth

Last night while you were in my bed

You brought Cathy, Tracy, Trina home with you

Tell me


Tell me who joined us in the bed last night

Don't look at me crazy, it did not feel right

A little to drink, but had a lot to say

Tell me who it was, tell me who it was


Whoever she was, she was on your mind

You stuttered a name that didn't sound like mine

Your silence right now will jeopardize you and I

Tell me who it was, oh tell me who it was


(I'll tell ya how I knew)

I could feel it in your touch

Ain't lovin' good enough, no

(Baby who's foolin' who?)

You come home tired all the time

And you don't let me get mine, no

(Now before I say we're through)

She play


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