Track Title: Thin Line Between Love And Hate Album Title: Atlantic Rhythm & Blues: Vol 8, 1970-1974 Prime Artist: The Persuaders Vocal: Douglas (Smokey) Scott Vocal: Willie Holland Vocal: James Barnes Vocal: Charles Stodghill (aka Tracey) Producer: Richard Poindexter Producer: Robert Poindexter Written by: Richard Poindexter Written by: Robert Poindexter Written by: The Persuaders Lyrics: It's a thin line, between love and hate. It's a thin line, between love and hate. It's 5 o'clock in the morning, And you're just getting in. Knock on the door, A voice sweet and low says, 'Who is it?' She opens up the door and lets you in Never once asked where you've been She says, 'Are you hungry, did you eat yet?' 'Let me hang up your coat, pass me your hat.' All the time she's smiling, neve once raises her voice It's 5 o'clock in the morning, You don't give it a second thought. It's a thin line, between love and hate. It's a thin line, between love and hate. Sweetest woman in the world, Could be the meanest woman in the world If you make her that way. You keep hurting her, She'll keep being quiet, She might be holding something inside, And really hurt you one day. I see you in the hospital, Bandaged fom foot to head. In a state of shock, Just that much from being dead. You couldn't believe a girl would do something like this, You didn't think the girl had the nerve But here you are, I guess actions speak louder than words. It's a thin line, between love and hate. It's a thin line, between love and hate.