Текст песни Ella Fitzgerald - Don't You Think I Ought to Know

What they're saying, is it trueThat your love is burning low?If you've found somebody newDon't you think I ought to know?Dining at the club aloneI can feel the people stare;Do you think I'm made of stone?Don't you think I ought to care?You know, darlin', I've always hadSuch faith in you and the yarns you've spunBut, like a fool, I've lived and learnedThat half a love is worse than none

If I can't have all of youThough I can't believe it's soIf you really mean you're throughDon't you think I ought to know?You know, darlin', I've always hadSuch faith in you and the yarns you've spunBut, like a fool, I've lived and learnedThat half a love is worse than noneIf I can't have all of youThough I can't believe it's soIf you really mean you're throughDon't you think I ought to know?
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