"Let's Not Go There" is a song by The Given Takers, taken from their third album Number 3. It was the only song from the album to be issued as a single, and it would become number 4 on the Billboard Top 100. It would remain there for 2 weeks.

According to lead singer and bassist Frank Robinson, "Let's Not Go There" is a self-proclaimed "anti-love song".


Robinson wrote "Let's Not Go There" based on an experience he had in high school, where a girl he was friends with became interested in becoming his girlfriend, while Robinson shared no interest in being lovers.

"There was this girl, tall and thin, who I was best friends with. One day she asked me if I wanted to be her boyfriend, to which I replied - 'Let's not go there, okay?' It was such a strange experience, that I wrote a song about it."
- Frank Robinson
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