Here are the first and second installments of “The 25 Best Cheating Songs from the Cheaters Themselves” playlist if you missed them. Unfortunately for them, time constraints always leave them wanting more. Favorite Line: “In the middle of making love, we notice the time / We both get nervous ‘cause it’s way after nine / Even though we hate it, we know that it’s time that we go / We gotta be careful so that no one will know” 4. The first line tells us that the singer’s woman, Josie, is away on vacation. “Secret Lovers” by Atlantic Starr – The recurring theme of this playlist aside from cheating is time. Here, we have a man and a woman singing to each other about their hot affair that is reignited nightly in secrecy.Anyone wanting to know what a love song is: this is it.The restraint Whitney shows in the beginning of the song only makes it more powerful when she gets to the chorus. Kelly seems to care more about not hurting the man’s wife more than she cares about hurting her own man. Favorite Line: “We should have counted up the cost / But instead we got lost / In the second, in the minute, in the hour” 5. Although Kelly and the man she refers to in this song both belong to someone else, the man’s wife takes precedence.In 2000, Carl Thomas' song "I Wish" was a big radio hit and topped the R&B singles charts for six weeks.
Like crashing a hotel room or leading up to that first kiss Or searching for a high school that you know doesn't exist...A claim that’s undermined just a bit by his refusal to end things with Lady #2. “Pacify her,” Cry Baby commands, “she’s getting on my nerves.”Unapologetic lyric: Someone told me stay away from things that aren’t yours / But was he yours, if he wanted me so bad?“I know it’s supposed to be the last time for you and I,” he tells her, “But let's not end this way, wait another day.”Unapologetic lyric: Girl I know your doing the same thing too / But I wont tell your man the things we do oh no / Cause he don't have to know On “Pacify Her,” Melanie Martinez’s Cry Baby alter-ego doesn’t feel anything but contempt for her lover’s girlfriend. Today, I give Kelly Price’s slower cover the nod over Shirley Murdoch’s original. “As We Lay” by Shirley Murdoch/Kelly Price – I went back and forth trying to decide which version of this song I like best, but it was really difficult to decide.