Title: Why / She Doesn't Want To Be Poor
Style: Roots Reggae, Dancehall
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This doesn't mean that she doesn't love you, but if I were you I would call her out on being good old fashion "embarrassed by your relationship". Then I would see what her reaction to your accusation is, and go from there . Will they get in trouble at work because your coworkers?
If you want an amazing, fulfilling relationship, you need to be in it for the long haul. There’s a good chance your ex doesn’t want to get back together. That’s why she ended it rather than trying to work things out. Is she communicating as much as she used to? Has she been investing in a romantic way (flirting, getting intimate)? Is she hanging out with you and saying she wants to be a couple again? Probably not. It sucks but you need to respect her decision and start moving on.
She tells you that she doesn’t want anything serious right now; she doesn’t want a commitment. Ye. ou want something entirely different. I would say that women do this more often that men–wanting to be fixers & changers. Guys are a bit more thick–we often choose to ignore the signals, and not here what they are saying. What just happened is that she told you exactly, right from the beginning, what she wants, needs, and desires.
She doesn’t want to love you and then lose you. She’s scared, because having someone and then not suddenly not having them is a lot scarier than being alone. She might be extremely secure with herself, or she might think she is nothing. She knows there are so many reasons why this might not work, so instead of paying attention to the one reason why it will, she focuses on the ways it won’t. It’s called self-preservation, and it’s all she knows. She listens to love songs and she lets them pass through her and she wants them to be her life. She wants to be that sickeningly happy.
Doesn't Somebody Want to Be Wanted" is a song written by Mike Appel, Jim Cretecos, and Wes Farrell and was recorded by The Partridge Family for their 1971 album, Up to Date. The song went to on The Billboard Hot 100 in 1971 and was on the charts for 12 weeks. The song went to in Canada. The song also reached in France and in Australia. It was named the song of 1971 on the Cashbox charts. The song was certified as a gold disc in March 1971.
Why doesn’t she want you exactly? I have no idea. See, since she knows you really want to lock this down, every time you sleep with her, you’re telling her that her bod outweighs your preferences. She knows that every second you’re spending on giving her your very loving, well-practiced cunnilingus is another second you’re not spending on finding someone who really makes you happy.
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- Distributed By – In The Streetz Records
- Written By – S. Taylor (tracks: B)
- Written-By – W. Edwards* (tracks: A)
NotesProduced by M. Campbell.
Distributed By Street Music.
Both side on the same riddim (Rain Drops).