A song by The Molly Bloom from the CD "TEMPORAREALITY". Lyrics by C. Casey. Note: I am personally acquainted with the author of this song, and I have obtained his permission to post the lyrics here. (Time permitting, I will add analysis as well at a later date.)

I don't want to be your boyfriend
I don't need to be the best you ever had
I don't want to meet your mother
I don't want to have a beer with your dad
I don't want to stand next to you on the mantle in formal wear
I don't want to know your birthday
I don't even want you to think I care
But I want to love you
And I think I'm going to love you
And then I will have loved you

I don't want to know where you were last night
Don't want to possess you
I don't want to get under your skin, I just want to undress you
Yeah I want to love you, And I think I'm going to love you
And then I will have loved you

I don't care if you sleep with everybody you meet
As long as you're neat and you change the sheets

I don't want to spend my time in a chapel
I can't afford to spend the wages of sin
I don't want to always be by your side
I just want to bump into you again and again and again

So I don't want to hear about your boyfriend
I don't have time for your dad
I don't want to know if you're trying to be good
I only want to know if you're bad
So don't write my name on your notebook
Baby don't even pick up your pen
'Cause I don't want to read your love letters
I just want to bump into you again and again and again

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