I Don't Need Her

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The Outfield are an English pop rock/power pop power trio based in London, England. The Outfield are unusual for a British band in that they enjoyed commercial success in the U.S., but never enjoyed a similar success in their homeland. They began recording during the mid-1980s, and they released their first album, Play Deep, in 1985 through Columbia Records. The album reached No. 9 on the Billboard 200 list and then reached triple platinum in America. Their single "Your Love" reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as No. 7 on the Mainstream Rock chart, and it became their signature song. It went on to be featured in a number of 80s-themed compilation albums, and over 1,000 covers and remixes by other artists have been released physically and/or online… more »

You said you see me running
And that is no surprise
When I was far from danger
I opened my eyes
Now I look back in anger
For I did nothing wrong
It's just a race for strangers
And this race goes on

[Chorus]
I'm so glad that I don't need her
And I'm too tired of trying to please her
But in the end I just can't leave her
Can't leave her tonight

You've got a different story
From anything that I've been told
But you evade the glory
Come in from the cold
Don't wait until tomorrow
Don't push it back another day
Don't try to hide your sorrow
What else can I say

[Chorus]

You said you see me running
But that was no surprise
When I was far from danger
I opened my eyes

[Chorus:Repeat x2]

Written by: JOHN FREDRICK SPINKS

Lyrics © NETTWERK MUSIC GROUP

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