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Think Twice
Donald Byrd Lyrics


Maybe we oughta think twice
Before we start something nice
No need to sacrifice the spice
In our lives, ooh

Your love's like fire and ice, pretty baby
That's why we oughta think twice
Before we start something nice
Think twice, think twice

I really love you
You know I do
I really love you
You know it's true

I really love you
You know I do
I really love you
You know it's true

Maybe we oughta think twice
Before we start something nice
No need to sacrifice the spice
In our lives, ooh

Your love's like fire and ice
That's why we oughta think twice
Before we start something nice
Think twice, think twice

I really love you
You know I do
Said I really love you
You know it's true

I really love you
You know I do
I said, I really love you
You know it's true

I really love you
You know I do
I said, I really love you
You know it's true

You know, I love you, baby
You know I do, think twice
I really love you, baby
You know I do, think twice

I really love you, baby
You know it's true, think twice
You know, I love you, baby
You know I do, think twice

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Songtrust Ave, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: Larry Mizell, Sigidi Bashir Abdullah, Bradley Ridgell

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Christopher Santana

THIS SONG IS STILL A PURE JAZZ CLASSIC AFTER 45 YEARS.

k sudduth

All I can say is WOW!!! I am feeling this song!!! Mr. Byrd R.I.P

ERIC ROBINSON

This is a timeless jazz classic by the great Donald Byrd. One of those tunes you never get tired of playing. Very smooth and uptempo.

NizO

What a blessing to have this kind of music!

Rick Reese

People who LOVE JAZZ will ALWAYS LOVE DONALD BYRD, REGARDLESS OF SKIN TONE; ALONG WITH THE MIZELL BROTHERS!!

Rick Reese

@steven gordon You went to Howard University, then maybe you knew my ex-girlfriend Geri Allen, the treasure of my heart then, now & forever.

steven gordon

They had a great run in the 70's. Blue Note Dr. George Butler and the players were soundtrack of my college years and after.

acrucker

Another Masterpiece for future generations to enjoy!  Thank you,  Donald Byrd!

Johnathan

RIP

Abraham Jackson

Donald Byrd is The One, his music resonates forever

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