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What's your fav, cheating songs!


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In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 1:06:45 PM PST
K. Williams says:
^5 on the She Don't have to know & the D'angelo....very good picks!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 1:57:43 PM PST
70s Soul says:
Songbird88,
I guess I never really listened to that song before. Didn't realize that's what she was singing about.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 3:06:55 PM PST
How could anyone forget "As We Lay" by Shirley Murdock?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 3:11:53 PM PST
cookiessoul says:
Yeah, that's it Lade. Too much!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 3:28:50 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 9, 2007, 3:48:59 PM PST
Travel Lady says:
I just had to jump in with this one - "Sometimes"

Hello beautiful are you married (sometimes) tell me are you happy (yes sometimes)

But sometimes I feel like I've just got to get away
From the same old existence day after day
Oh haven't you ever felt that way (sometimes)
I can see you're married don't you love her (sometimes)
But you have thought of cheating haven't you (yes sometimes)

Sometimes I long for a warm tender kiss
Just to see if there's anything I might have missed
Oh haven't you ever felt like this (sometimes)

And it's beginning to feel like this might be one of those sometimes
Those one times in a lifetime
I'm aching to hold you kiss and console you drive you right out of your mind
But I know when I do I won't get over you for quite sometimes
I'm aching to hold you...

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 3:43:58 PM PST
A. I. Thomas says:
Vanessa if your going to call out the Donell track, you can't forget Dru Hill's "In My Bed"

"I come home early expecting your warm embrace
But something is wrong 'cuz its written all over your face
It hurt so bad when I walked through the door
But 'cha know one damn thing baby I ain't coming back no more
No no no
Now don't try to tell me things are still the same
'Cuz when we made love I heard you call out his name, call out his name

Somebody's sleeping in my bed tonight baby
Somebody's takin my place
Somebody's sleeping in my bed baby
And you know just what I mean"

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 4:21:57 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 9, 2007, 4:26:01 PM PST
Great thread, Vanessa.

These immediately came to mind, but I'm sure I'll think of a half-dozen more right after I hit "post"

James Carr - "At The Dark End Of The Street
Don Covay - "I Was Checking Out (She Was Checking In)"
Johnny Taylor - "Cheaper To Keep Her"
Shirley Brown - "Woman To Woman" (and the answer records: Barbara Mason - "From His Woman To You" and "She Got The Papers, I Got The Man")
Soul Children - "I'll Be The Other Woman"

As you can see, I'm heavily old-school.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 6:16:37 PM PST
cookiessoul says:
Did anyone mention "The Baby Sitter"? I'm not even sure if that's the correct name.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 6:50:41 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 9, 2007, 6:51:53 PM PST
Vannessa says:
Songbird,

I love "Saving All My Love For You", great pick!!

C.Cole,
I forgot about, "As We Lay"!

Travel Lady,
who made "Sometimes? The lyrics are awesome!

A.I. Thomas, since you added Dru, I will add Mary's, "I'm Not Gonna Cry".

Jahnbon, and Ms. 90, nice list!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2007, 11:07:04 PM PST
Anyone hip to a cut called "Everytime" by Shea Jones.. ( a Montell Jordan production). It's a modern day "woman to woman" cheating song.... Check it

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 3:41:09 AM PST
70s Soul says:
Here's an 80s funky jam from some buff Brooklyn brothers

I find it funny when you call my name
and the name ain't even mine
I try to call you but it's all in vain
your phone is busy all the time

'Cause all you want to hear is "I love you, my dear"
but I can't love you and keep myself satisfied
And if love me now, you should show me how
you are willing to try because

there is no way around it
sooner or later the truth will come out
You always try to deny it
So typical, you're always lying

Bet you fooled around on me
So unfaithful
I can be the same way
Unfaithful
If that's the way you want it, girl
I can be the same way
Unfaithful

I'm no philosopher, but maybe tonight
two wrongs will make a right
It's not my way, but what can I say
You're forcing me to see the light

'Cause you'll realize when I'm not by your side
I was [la la la la la] happen to you
So baby, check me out and without a doubt
for me, girls will stand in line

Oh girl, there is no way around it
sooner or later the truth will come out
We can no longer hide it
So typical, our love [la la la]

Bet you fooled around on me
So unfaithful
I can be the same way
Unfaithful

I can play the same game if that's the way you want it, baby!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 4:45:19 AM PST
mediaagent says:
I forgot this gem, originally done by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam. Re-recorded by 112 and Allure,

All alone on a Sunday morning
Outside I see the rain is falling
Inside I'm slowly dying
But the rain will hide my crying, crying, crying
And you
Don't you know my tears will burn the pillow
Set this place on fire
'Cause I'm tired of your lie
All I needed was a simple "Hello"
But the traffic was so noisy that you could not hear me cry
(I) I gave you my love in vain
My body never knew such pleasure,
My heart never knew such pain
(And you) You leave me so confused
Now I'm all cried out, over you.

[112]
Cryin' over you, yeah

Never wanted to see things your way,
Had to go astray
For why was I such a fool (Why was I such a fool)
Now I see that the grass is greener
Is it too late for me to find my way home,
How could I be so wrong?

[Allure]
Leaving me all alone
Don't you know my tears will cause an inferno
Romance up in flames,
Why should I take the blame?
You were the one who left me neglected (I'm so sorry baby)
Apology not accepted
Add me to the broken hearts you've collected
(I) I gave you all of me (Gave you all of me)
How was I to know,
You would weaken so easily
(I) I don't know what to do (I don't know what to do)
Now I'm all cried out (All cried out)
Over you

(I) I gave you my love in vain
My body never knew such pleasure,
My heart never knew such pain
And you

[112]
You left me so confused

[Allure]
Now I'm all cried out
Now I'm all cried out
Over you

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 4:46:01 AM PST
Travel Lady says:
Hey Vanessa,

The group was called 'Facts of Life'. 1977

Millie Jackson was part of this group.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 4:49:14 AM PST
mediaagent says:
Got another one, I mentioned on another post:

Married Man by Kelly Price

Ooh, ooh
Saw you in the street one day
Walking up to you, wanted just to say baby
Instantly you looked the other way
You grabbed the lady's hand
And you kissed the head of her little man
Started thinkin' should I blow him up?
Tell her who I am?
Tell we've been making so many plans?
But instead I left
And I just cried cause I was broke inside
Now I wanna know the reason why

Saw you walking by me
Strolling by casually like you didn't know my name
Baby in your wifey's arms
Breakin' up my heart
You're a married man playing games
Wish somebody told me 'fore I let you hold me
'fore I let you in my bed
Never would've let you stay
Made you go away
You're a married man playing games.

So tell me why do this to me?
Why do this to her?
And why'd you do this to your baby?
I loved you for your honesty
But it was just a lie
(Don't you know the way I'm feeling inside?)
You can't imagine how I feel
Thinking you were real then to find out we're nothing
I've been living in a faded dream
But reality quickly hit me
When I saw you with her

Saw you walking by me
Strolling by casually like you didn't know my name
Baby in your wifey's arms
Breakin' up my heart
You're a married man playing games
Wish somebody told me 'fore I let you hold me
'fore I let you in my bed
Never would've let you stay
Made you go away
You're a married man playing games.

Whoa
I can't believe you've been with me
While you were keeping home with her
So now I am the other girl in your other world
And didn't even know I was, oh no
You really thought that you could be with me
While you were keeping secrecy's
But all that's dark will come to light
Baby that ain't right
How you fronted in the street, I saw you, oh

Saw you walking by me
Strolling by casually like you didn't know my name
Baby in your wifey's arms
Breakin' up my heart
You're a married man playing games
Wish somebody told me 'fore I let you hold me
'fore I let you in my bed
Never would've let you stay
Made you go away
You're a married man playing games.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 7:40:15 AM PST
Travel Lady says:
This is more blues, but it got a lot of airtime "Taxi 95"- J. Blackfoot

I'm not sure of the female that answered him with, "Take him back to the Other Side of Town"

Anyone know?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 8:01:45 AM PST
Rihannas INGENIUS and thoughtful"view from the cheaters side" "Unfaithful"became a favorite of mine,because it reminded me EXACTLY how I felt,when I was being unfaithful to a woman that I still cared deply for!! I INSTANTLY,loved this thoughtful"cheater hurts too"song. also,Cherrelles"Everything I Miss At Home"because it reminded me WHY I was cheating in the first place:attention and AFFECTION,wasn't beung given"at home"so I sought it(and got it)elsewhere!! Those two songs are GREAT"cheaters"!!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 9:10:57 AM PST
Vannessa says:
Hey Anthony,
I was going to list , "Everything I Miss At Home", but you beat me to the punch!!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2007, 11:29:25 PM PST
Reggie says:
How about Shirley Murdocks "Husband"

Reggie

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 11, 2007, 9:08:35 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 11, 2007, 9:09:13 AM PST
80sbaby says:
These are my favorites:

You Me & He - Mtume
Unfaithful, So Much - Full Force ("Don't Even Try It!")
The Other Woman - Ray Parker Jr.
I Should've Cheated - Keiysha Cole
I Want My Girl - Jesse Johnson's Revue
Confessions (1 and 2) - Usher

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 11, 2007, 1:26:36 PM PST
Vannessa says:
"Ready Made Family", by Creative Funk.
"He only comes late at night, after the kids are asleep. He tells me he needs me......

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 12, 2007, 9:03:40 AM PST
Vannessa says:
"Married Man" that's a good one mediaagent!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 12, 2007, 9:16:11 AM PST
mediaagent says:
Vannessa,

Honey, Kelly had me cryin....oooh child that song used to get to me!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 12, 2007, 9:39:45 AM PST
Zuriel says:
Nancy Wilson "Guees Who I Saw today"
Johnnie Taylor "Who's Makin' Love"
Luther Ingram "If Loving You is Wrong"

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 21, 2007, 5:47:51 PM PST
Vannessa: all I can say is ...OOPs, how could we forget that cut written and produced by Babyface and I believe Eddie Murphy's new Lady..... " Hit Em Up Style" blown by the lovely Blu Cantrell...

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 22, 2007, 12:31:15 AM PST
D. DUVAU says:
Best Cheating song - "It's Not Right, But It's OK" by Whitney Houston. The first time I heard the song, I knew she was talking to Bobby even though she denied it!
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