If I Don't Have You

If I Don't Have You

Gregory Isaacs

You may think that I don't care
'Cause I've been a rover here and everywhere
In Princeton, you bet, about me they never yet say good
But one thing I like about you
You always do as you should and that's why

If I don't, if I don't have you
Then for me, there'll be nobody else, no, oh no
And even if the river should run dry
For me, there'll be nobody else, no, oh, no

I may stay away for a night or two
But all form of respect unto you is still due
Though staying away make you feel mad, it make you feel blue
But it's not that I really mean to embarrass you, 'cause darling

If I don't, if I don't have you
Then for me there'll be nobody else no, oh no, no
And even if the trees should touch the sky
For me, there'll be nobody else, believe me

I may stay away for a night or two
But all form of respect unto you is still due
Though staying away make you feel sad, it make you feel blue
But it's not that I really mean to embarrass you, 'cause darling

If I don't, if I don't have you
Then for me there'll be nobody else, no, oh no, no
And even if the river should run dry
For me there'll be nobody else, oh no

If I don't, if I don't, if I don't have you
For me there'll be nobody else, believe me
If I don't, if I don't, if I don't have you
Nobody else will do

Written by ISAACS, GREGORY
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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