"Don't Mess with My Man" is the second single from R&B group Lucy Pearl and the second single taken from their debut self-titled album.
The song was the group's biggest success in the UK, peaking at number twenty in the UK Singles Chart. It also enjoyed some success in France where it peaked at number fourteen. However in the U.S., the song was not as successful as debut single "Dance Tonight", peaking outside of the Billboard Hot 100.
"Don't Mess with My Man" was the group's last single with band member Dawn Robinson.
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