The beat of “I Don’t Want Nobody Who Wants Me” sounds like the first song they play at a disco on a Saturday night. It’s instantly recognizable, yet a line thrown in to lure dance-neophytes on to the floor.
Westerner then goes on to recite, over flexible funky guitars, all the reasons why he’s not impressed by someone’s consistent attempts at winning his heart.
Interestingly this keeps up for the entirety of the song, meaning that either Westerner’s fan is an obsessive sicko, or that the singer may rank himself too highly. Either way, it’s an interesting number to get people dancing.