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Daniel Dworsky: Music

You Don't Want My Love

(Daniel Dworsky)
This song a is a blast to perform in
Bb minor I wrote it originally for DaMia Satterfield of Midnight Breeze (to sing of course) DaMIa is still my favorite singer of all time with out exception. Also one of my favorite people.
Two in the morning found you: Walking outside in the cold;
Smoking cigarettes out there alone;
Remembering me at seventeen years old.

Babe I hear you I recognize your voice over the phone.
When you're not asleep or getting stoned,
The company you keep keeps you alone.

You don't want my love.
You want just another night or two.
You don't want my love.
This is just a game to you.

There are reasons that voices from the past will pay a call, Making undecided fools of us all,
Like some haunting melody we all recall.
Don't remind me.
I couldn't see me wanting anyone like I wanted you,
Nor needing any other soul to see me through.

Yeah and no one breaks my heart the way you do,
The way you do,
You know you do.

You don't want my love.
You want just another night or two.
You don't want my love.
This is just a game to you.