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I am just not into you

Remember that song, I just died in your arms tonight' by the Cutting Crew
I think what he was really trying to say was, I'm just not into you!
Like the time you say you love me, and I say, I love you too'
But what I mean is, I am just not into you.
I don't return your calls and I tell you  that I am busy
Well it is because you just don't do it for me.

You keep on asking me out for dinner or for a drink
And I keep on telling you I need time to think.'
Ha! Ha! Ha! It makes me laugh if you really knew
That I am just not into you
I get your texts I just don't text you back
I might do if you were any good in the sack

You never got my valentines cards and as for your birthday?
Oh sorry I forgot, I was away
Remember when you looked fat in that dress
Well you would look massive even if you tried your best
Well you always said I had to be honest and true
So I am, by saying that I am just not into you.

Did you like the way you disappeared from my MSN list
And no, you are not missed
And don't even bother adding me to Yahoo
Because I am simply not into you
You say we never talk anymore
Well I will talk now, please when you leave, shut the door!

I guess knowing you has had its uses
But now I am running out of excuses
I could repeat myself for all eternity
But I don't think you will ever see
That infact it isn't you, it's me.

* this is not a poem written about someone..it is from a private joke i have with my friend, Katharine from work, she's got this book called 'i'm just not into'..it is about men not being into their girlfriends, she keeps going on about it..lol..

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