Sympathy - Wanda Jackson

Sympathy

Wanda Jackson

(Bobby Bare - Charlie Williams, CAPITOL 4917, 1963)

Oh well, I look in your eyes
And what do I see
Well, I don't see love
All I see is sympathy

Before she came along
You belonged to me
She stole your heart away
But yet you stayed in sympathy

If you can't say you love me
Then don't say you're sorry
Please don't you pitty me
If I can't have your lovin'
I'd rather have nothing
I don't want sympathy

Do you think I'm blind?
Why any fool can see
That a-you don't care
And all that's there there is a-yeah honey, sympathy

If you can't say you love me
Then don't say you're sorry
Please don't you pitty me
If I can't have your lovin'
I'd rather have nothing
I don't want sympathy

Do you think I'm blind?
Why any fool can see
That a-you don't care
And all that's there there is a-yeah, sympathy
And it's all for me
I don't want sympathy
[Fade]

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