I Don't Think I Need You

I don't need you telling me
That I don't understand
What it's like to be a woman
You can't find a real man

I don't need for you to remind me
You've had better before
I don't think I need you anymore
I don't think I need you anymore

I don't need your charity
If this is how it feels
To be paid for services rendered
With a room, a bed and meal

You keep your lousy money
I would rather be poor
I don't think I need you anymore
I don't think I need you anymore

When the bedroom battleground
Has been eased for a while
All the words I said seem foolish
Like an apologetic child

I come back and beg your forgiveness
It's so sad, but it's true
I don't think I need you but I do
I don't think I need you but I do

I don't think I need you but I do

I need you
I need you
I need you
I need you
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