Don't Ever Love Me

by Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son

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"Don't Ever Love Me" is the second single off the new full-length, "The Outskirts."

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We were heading down to south Milltown
Sometime before the fall
It was getting a little chilly, and
how you looked so pretty
With your hair pulled back that night
As we drove through town, you kept listing
All the drugs you wished you were high on
You made me pull over
So you could get out and dance
To your favorite song on the radio

We were hiding out on a
Saturday Night
In the silence you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
We were all alone
And I held you tight
As you cried you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
Don’t ever love me

I could feel it on my face
I looked so let down
But I tried to take it like a man
With the cold wind blowing
And my blood was-a-flowing
I didn’t want to understand
You said, “Its these times we live,
And the times they are in
Don’t think its because I don’t care"
But when I look into your eyes
All I see are the lights
Reflecting off the highway

We were hiding out on a
Saturday Night
In the silence you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
We were all alone
And I held you tight
As you cried you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
Don’t ever love me

I don’t want to be addicted
And cut off again
I don’t want to be addicted
And cut off again
Maybe just one taste won’t hurt
Maybe just one night won’t hurt

We were hiding out on a
Saturday Night
In the silence you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
We were all alone
And I held you tight
As you cried you said,
“Baby, don’t ever love me”
Don’t ever love me

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released June 30, 2015

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Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son East Brunswick, New Jersey

Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son is a Alt/Hard Rock band from East Brunswick, New Jersey.

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