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It's Not My Affair Anymore Lyrics

"It's Not My Affair Anymore" was written by French, Jeanne.
"It's Not My Affair Anymore" was written by French, Jeanne.

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I never knew what this could do
Seeing another woman with you
But I can't stay here

'Cause I never would get over you
Baby, that will never do, ooh, ooh
Gotta get loose

Somebody take me out of this place
Keep my eyes from seeing your face
'Cause you love her, where you once loved me
Darling, I can't believe it's true, oh no

It's not my affair anymore
You're not my man to care for
It's not my affair anymore
I'll close the door

So many things we left unsaid
So many questions in my head
Well, I never lock the back door, ooh

And somehow you keep slipping on in
Taking me back once again to a memory trail
Like a shadow from a feeling
And it just grows, don't I know

It's not my affair anymore
You're not my man to care for
It's not my affair anymore

Remember all of the laughter
Remember, ooh, the morning laughter
Remember the moonlight, the candlelight, the shady light
Remember, ooh, and it seemed so right

It's not my affair anymore
You're not my man to care for
It's not my affair anymore

Remember the moonlight, the candlelight, the shady light
Remember, ooh, and it seemed so right

It's not my affair anymore
You're not my man to care for
It's not my affair anymore

It's not my affair anymore
It's not my affair anymore
It's not my affair anymore
It's not my affair anymore

Songwriters
FRENCH, JEANNE

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Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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