"I Don't Love You" is a song by American recording artist Matthew McCoy from his third studio album, The Last Time. It was released as a promotional single, along with "24/7", on September 23, 2012. The song is "strikingly" similar to Stevie Nicks' 1983 hit single, "Stand Back", which peaked at #5 in the United States that year.

Composition and lyricsEdit

"I Don't Love You" is a synthpop, disco, and pop rock song of three minutes, twenty-six seconds. The lyrics were written by McCoy and produced by War, CTK720, and American House Mafia. The lyrics are about a girl who constantly says "I love you" when the boy doesn't like her. The bridge also has a comedic line, which says "Do you like my llama?/My llama/My l-l-l-llama/Llama drama/My llama...". Most critics gave the bridge a positive review.

Critical receptionEdit

Most critics gave the song positive reviews, mainly because of the humorous bridge. "The llama fiasco [the bridge] reminds me of Cher Lloyd's 'Want U Back" helicopter dilemma." McCoy said "I tried to be loose when I made this song, and was I? I think I was. But then again, it's up to you guys what you think."

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