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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Broadjam Member Reviews

Melody is very good. Subject matter is great. They should have a category called Love Songs. This really speaks to love and the mood about love. The beat and tempo was perfect. I enjoyed every bit. Your emphasis on the words was great to get attention on the feeling in the song. Great song.

    - Old Skool "QueenE"

nice 70's 80's feel

    - Flip My Beatz
Lyrics

Sugar lately, you ain't been treatin' me right,
I just gotta know, do you want me in your life?
She just walked away, I guess she has nothin' to say,
My heart says we were never ment to be.

Another lady, stares me in my eyes.
She says hey! your baby ain't been treatin' you right,
Then she said:

(Chorus)
Heart feels bad, don't be sad,
give your love to the woman who cares (repeat)

So she took my hand and that made me understand,
that her love would never lead my heart astray.
She said you need a woman that can satisfy all your need,
She said Robert, you need a woman,
to love you for the rest of your life.
Then she said, that's what she said.

(Chorus)
Heart feels bad, don't be sad,
give your love to the woman who cares. (repeat)

(Solo)
Oh if your heart feels bad,
don't be sad,
give your love, to the woman who cares.

I knew right from the start, that you would never break my heart,
heart.
The way you held me tight,
you said you'd treat me right,
for the rest of my life.

Girl I know that you got the right stuf,
pretty baby I can never get enough of your love.
You're the woman who cares.

Song Length
3:57
Genres
R & B - Soul, R & B - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Troubled

Subject Matter
Bad Love, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
James Ingram, Boyz II Men
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Robert L. Hall
Music Credits Robert L. Hall
Producer Credits Robert L. Hall
Publisher Credits ASCAP
Performance Credits Robert L. Hall