I Wouldn't Call It Love

1) Telephone’s ringin’, it’s you again

But I won’t answer ‘cause nobody wins

You’re always wounded and I always bleed

Is it whiskey now, cocaine or speed?



I wouldn’t call it love, I wouldn’t call it love

If I pick you up every time you fall

If you never walk ‘cause I don’t let you crawl

I wouldn’t call it love (3x)


2) It hurts to see you on the street

Wearing rags and lookin’ so beat

Hittin’ on strangers for a little boost

But it’s no help ‘cause you just get juiced   Chorus



Well I still care but I won’t carry you now

I’m not the kind of fool I was before

There’s a price to pay on the things you do

And I won’t pay anymore


3) I should have done this so long ago

I didn’t know how, I just didn’t know

I guess I was afraid you weren’t strong enough

And I needed to be needed ‘cause that ‘s my stuff   Chorus



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