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Thin Lizzy

Don't Believe a Word (2:17)

This was originally written as a ballad by Phil Lynott, before the guitarist Brian Robertson and drummer Brian Downey rocked it up.
The lyrics, which were written by Lynott, tell of a man warning his loved one not to believe his words as he cannot be relied upon. The chorus sums it up: "Don't believe a word/For Words are only spoken/Your Heart is like a promise made to be broken."

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No, don't believe me if I tell you
Not a word of this is true
Don't believe me if I tell you especially if I tell you
I'm in love with you

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