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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Old r&b soul song stuck in my head, can't find it anywhere!
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source site Author: g_juice95
Posted: Sep 13 2017 - 11:24 AM
go site Subject: Old r&b soul song stuck in my head, can't find it anywhere!
Okay so I know it exists but I can't remember 90% of the words or the artist. It's an old r&b soul song, kinda like Gerald Levert vibes. It's upbeat though, not very sad and slow. The first part I remember goes something like "I'm so used to being strong, why should I be alone? I think it's time, I'm movin on, I'm movin on. Time that I move on." The chorus part starts out like "Not gonna waste my time loving someone else. I'm gonna do me, me, me. Ain't no shame in doing me."
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