"Don't Say You Love Me" is a song recorded by pop band M2M in 1999. It was originally featured on the soundtrack to the movie Pokémon: The First Movie. The single had success in the United States, reaching No. 2 on US Billboard singles sales chart and reaching No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and being certified Gold, with shipments of over 700,000 copies. The song was also played on the television series Felicity and Beverly Hills, 90210.
Radio Disney US began playing the song in November 1999, however it was not released and did not chart until early 2000. It was also released in Norway early in January, but was released slightly earlier elsewhere. There is a slight difference in lyrics between the Pokémon: The First Movie version and the single version, as the lyrics "You start kissing me" made implications that may not have been considered appropriate for a film rated G, so the line was changed to "You said you love me". The non-altered version was included on their album, Shades of Purple.
The video was shot over three days in Los Angeles, California. It was directed by Nigel Dick, and shows M2M in a drive-in theater, with Marion singing in a purple car with a boy and Marit singing with a red guitar. Two versions of the video were released. In one both girls are watching Pokémon: The First Movie on the theater screen; the second version does not contain the Pokémon movie images, and instead shows Marion and Marit in the theater screen. The Pokémon movie version of the video uses the censored lyrics, while the non-movie version uses the version on the album.