Robbie Lee

Robbie Lee

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R & B - Soul | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,723   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Love brake-up


(Love Collision)
By Robert L. Hall

I tried to tell you that I love you,
I tried to tell you I believe in you.
So many ways I tried to please you,
But all I seem to do is leave you sad and blue.

Stop tellin? me a-that you?re leavin?
?Cause you wonna be footloose now and fancy free.

You wonna cause a love collision,
Girl you?re gonna cause a love collision,
Oo stop crackin? me up.
Love collision,
Girl you?re gonna cause a love collision.
Hear me baby hear me now.

I tried to save our reputations,
From being scorned on by our friends and our relations.
You made me keep my obligations,
And never told me you were thinkin? separations.

Girl you did me wrong,
Fakin? love to make me strong.
I believed in you and you left me all alone.
Never had I felt quite this way before,
Until you closed the door,
Then I realized so much more.

Such vivid dreams of our love affair,
Now you?re tryin? to tell me that you never cared.

(Back to chorus)

Hey hey hey, hey!
I miss you babeh,
?cause this love collision,
proved to be a bad decision.
We use to laugh, played romantic games.
We use to know how to sooth each others pains.

But I know romance can be born again,
If you and I take a second chance.
Look into your heart girl,
Inside you will see waits a whole new world.

(Back to chorus)


(Back to chorus to vamp out)

Song Length
R & B - Soul, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Disturbed, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Bad Love, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Midnight Star, Atlantic Starr
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Robert L. Hall
Music Credits Robert L. Hall
Producer Credits Kevin Smith and Prophecy Productions
Publisher Credits ASCAP
Performance Credits Robert L. Hall